Bradford County telegraph
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Title: Bradford County telegraph
Physical Description: Newspaper
Language: English
Publisher: L.C. Webb
Place of Publication: Starke Fla
Creation Date: April 15, 1938
Publication Date: 1888-
Frequency: weekly
Subjects / Keywords: Newspapers -- Starke (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Newspapers -- Bradford County (Fla.)   ( lcsh )
Genre: newspaper   ( marcgt )
newspaper   ( sobekcm )
Spatial Coverage: United States -- Florida -- Bradford -- Starke
Coordinates: 29.947222 x -82.108056 ( Place of Publication )
Additional Physical Form: Also available on microfilm from the University of Florida.
Dates or Sequential Designation: Vol. 9, no. 41 (Apr. 13, 1888)-
General Note: Publishers: Mathews & Farmer, <1893-1897>; E.S. Mathews, <1900-1926>.
Funding: Funded by NEH in support of the National Digital Newspaper Project (NDNP), NEH Award Number: PJ-50006-05
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Florida tobacco growers who Strawberry shipping fell off f: :J
t F CANDIDATES paid tobacco tax under the Invalidated sharply thla week to only 8,929 Asked For :

Kerr-Smith Act will receive crates from both Strk and Law- i
refunds. according to assurance Lay with prices still good ranging I

' COUNTY given on April 9 to Congressman I 1 I TEACHERS I from $2.50 at the lowest to over SERVICESWill -- 1* J-1, .' I.r

: Lex Green, in Washington, D. C. I $3.50::; for the best berries. The average Leading Lady l $ 7 0 OOfJ Appropriation .1 ;' I

At a conference between the Congressman ; I price: for the week was $3,00 ,

I and officials of the Internal per pint crate. Made For Federal -
Present Name Of Begin Today With f, ,
leadline For QualifyingFinds I Revenue Bureau. Treasury All berries moved by truck, ex- I Here I

Opposition In Department It was agreed that lloirman For prcHS shipment: forming only f if- Good Friday ProgramAt Building I

I crates of the total. The -- 'i/
these taxes would be refunded to ty-two Episcopal p
PrecinctThe I I'rincipalFollowing number of crates out from Starkewas
Every growers as soon as arrangementscan I WANT BIG LOT I

7 be mude to pay out the funds, I 2,851, and from Lawtey 6.078, -_-. ,
SlHi-ke churches will observethe
number of candl- which are already available. a series of three while the figures last week were

largest to qualify In Bradford' It la expected that checks will I meetings, the trustees of the Brad- 7,049/ and 10,800 crates: respectively Easter season with a fine program Postmaster Will Give 'J I ''I I
ever of music and special services.
Bounty"tea for places on the Board of I be mailed to the growers In FlorIda ford County High school yesterday II Good Friday will be celebrated Specifications To Interested 1 '

Bounty Commissioners and the 1 not later than the latter part announced the following recommendations In spite of thefcfcithat Louisiana today at St. Marks Episcopal I i' ;
loard Public Instruction were I''of June of this year. Mr. Green of teachers for the had slxty-six'jUrs' of berries
of Church with the .
following pro-
out and the flood of North
| in the office of Clerk of !I said: "It Is necessary for all growers 1938-39 term: Monday ,
gram: ;
A J. Thomas as midIcht who have not already done so I C. Bowman, principal; a Mr. Carolina berries Is now beginning, Bids are being asked for on ; .
Court I Bradford berries continueto 12.00 to 12:23: Hymn, "In the
April 7. brought the dead-, to file their applications with Davis (Initials could not be learn County sites for a new post office building 1 r.
: I Com- bring good prices and be in Cross of Christ I Glory. "Father l In Starke according to an advertisement ,d !
Ine qualifying In the county Honorable Guy T. Helvering, ed here), assistant; Lester M.

for missioner of Internal Revenue !_Snonholtz.' .:_' Mrs. Mvrwln.. J. Lnn '., heavy demand and shippers expect forgive them for they know not placed In the Telegraph ?
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ratco. the market to continue what they do. Luke 23:34.-The:
for the Boardr Washington, D. C., for return. Miss Evelyn Stump, Miss Rosalind good this week by the Public fl

Fifteen candidates Commissioners paid The growers should send their applications Jacobs, Mrs. S. S Dowling unliT the first week In May "if I Rev Fred O Yerkes, Jr. .,. Buildings Branch of the Treasury I J

r County each and quail- directly to Commissioner I i I Mrs. Eva Anderson, Mrs. Ruby we can get the berries" 12.25; : "Rock of Ages," "Today Department in Washington, D. C. I, !
Buelr fee of $1800 A total of 3.501,203 pints It Is shalt Thou bo with In Parndlso. .
I me I, I
Helvering. It Is very important Mae Perkins Mrs. Bynum Perkins, Following a conference last ; :
lied as follows: I estimated, has been shipped this ." Luke 23:43. The Rev. Les-
that they send their applications Mrs. R F. Demoreat, Mrs. Grace : week between Pootofflce, Treas- ,I'
One: J. M. Rosier, from Bradford with .' '
i District No. and in promptly in order to be' Wainwright, Miss Ruby Lilley, season an approximAte lie Shepherd. / ury Department officials, and I I

,Icumbent; T L. Wainwright sure that the statute of limitations I Mrs. Leola Roberta, Miss Madge return to growers of 12:30:/ : Hymn, "There Is a Green S ,. Congressman R. A. Green, it was 7 !

D ReDiStrict them. $345,568. Hill Far Away."' "Woman, behold ---- had been ,
does not run against : Middleton, Miss Kitty Hogsed, announced that $70.000

No. Two: L. L. Conner Correspondence concerning this Mm. Evelyn Ultch, Mrs. Ethel Bean shipping this week began I thy son! Behold tliy mother!" I Miss Margie Manning, Ingenue allocated for a new Federal build- I \ I : .,
with between 2,500 and 3,000 hampers I
Edwards. '
Incumbent; and W. M. should be sent directly to Commissioner Biggs. Mrs. Edna Hart, Miss Lucite John 10:20,27.The Rev. Leslie with the Original Williams Stock Ing here. I !
being shipped, the
j District No. Three: Mallory Helvering in order to expedite -I Edwards, Mrs. Jessie Lee La- close to the average Shepherd. Co opening iv week's engagement The advertisement for bld.i! : .
'bomaJI Incumbent; FC, Holicaworth. claims.' zenby. Mrs. Edna Prevatt, Miss price cent mark.ranging A few English at 1:15: : Hymn, "In the Hour of here next week In private life states In part: \'j'; ..

| and J. H. Fields. The Congressman expressed Willie Mae Hlnson, Miss: Luc lie $1 per hamper and some squash peas at Tjlal" "My God My God, why I she IH Mrs Hob Demorest' Jr. "Proposals are hereby solicitedfor I .

'Oistrlct, No Four: R. S. Was.Jln himself as being very highly pleased Kennedy Mrs. Eunice Searing, I seventy-five cent per bushel hamper hast thou forsaken me?" St. Other players well-known to a site for a Federal Building at I ',, J

Frank T. Abernathy, W. H. over the position now taken by Miss Ernestine Buddlngton, Mrs. also were jwld. Matt. 27:46The: P.ev. Doctor Si'trke, who will be seen are: May' Starke, Florida to be opened publicly ; ;.

Infftn.; Elbert Sibley, and L.. J.iiynn the Treasury Department. He ball Madallne Andrews Miss Mildred -----.---:---- Caldwell. Blossom, Lee Allen' Marie La- In the office of the Postmaster I' .

The incumbent, H. V. been aggressive In the matter of Morgan. I : 1:4: $: Hymn, 'When I survey Zone, Hurty Weatherby Bob Dem- at Starke, Florida, at 9 t f !

lXon is not a candidate for re the refund and haa sponsored legislation I Other vacancies will be filled the wondrous ('roes..I" thirst." orest, Jr., Mac P. Ferguson, snd o'clock A. M, on April 23: 1938, > r If :
I ctlon. for this purpose. This later, It was said. BRADFORDLUCKY H.: John, 1928.The: Rev. Doctor "Domn" Wllllnms. for the sule, or donation to the \ ';

will mean the return in the near I Culdwell. I -- --. --- It ili
District No. Five: T. D. Dyal, I Both Mr. Bowman and Mr. Davies \ United Stales of a lot. conveniently f f

Incumbent: and H. P. Galney. future of approximately $100,000 are now teaching In Perry 2:05: : Hymn, "Just as I am. located. : j

Nine candidates for the school to the tobacco growers District.In the Second -.- --.------ Without One Plea" "It Is finished." THERESSAMEETING "Approximate dimensions: Corner ,Il i''

ard paid their fee of $15.00 eachd Congressional. I VEGETABLESWANTED The Rev. W. A. Fischer. lots, 120 foot frontage 170 I ,< ,

juallfled as follows: ---- --- ---- UNDER TAX LAW\! 2:30: : Hymn, "0 Lamb of God foot depth; Interior lots, 145 foot jl : .

District No. One: J. H. Moore, :till Keep Me." "Father Into thy frontage, 170 foot depth. Sites r l

Jncumbent and Melvin B. Futch. DULLTERMFORECAST Hands I Commend My Sprllt" having different street frontfage '::1 ',

; I Farmers with surplus vegetables 23:46-The: Rev. W. A. Fischer. dimensions will be considered pro'f
No. Two: W. S. Sibley, This Ranks Next \ \ '
District In their fields were finked this County 2:55: : Prayers. DRAWSJ1ROWDFourth vided! the area Is approximately i' ;' : .

E Sparks, and Dr. W. E. Mid- I week to donate the food 'if they To Ililisborough In This service has been divided the same." 11 4, '

Idlcton.' The incumbent W. P. are able, to the National Youth Into twenty-five minute periods On the basis of receipts during If '! > ,:.,
Smith. Is not a candidate for re- Collections for the convenience of who I
Administration canning persons "Speaking" I Will 1937 Starke's postofflce will j
[election. CIRCUITCOURTFew to be canned and centerll'l --L cannot remain through the entire "
1 advance from third to second class ,
District No. Three: E. J. Lewis next fall, when it will be used to' That Bradford County has fared program. lie Held At Hampton the first of July, making it eligible; ; 3 :
Incumbent A. B. Surrency, J.JA. malnu- Easter services'. will be !
1 ; feed underprivlledged and well under terms of the MurphyAct Sunday Tonight for a new government building. I 1',1'I : \

[ .r McKlnney, Jr., and M. L.atteraon. New Cases Are On tritioned Bradford County school was disclosed last week In a held at St Marks aa follows: Holy Since Congressman Green ball I''

children. report from Comptroller's office Communion, 9 a. m.; Church !
The third In a aeries of meetIngs been In Congress, his district has I{,
A total of $459 In qualifying Docket For Spring Mrs. Lucille Johnson, in chargeof In Tallahassee giving figuresfor School, 10 a. m.; morning prayer Luke
obtained Federal at '
|feps was paid In to the clerk. Of I the Bradford canning centers the twenty-eight counties that and sermon, 11 a. m.; baptism, :3 arranged for the convenience buildings :
Session HereThe of county candidates, was held City, Madison, Perry, and Monti- 1\\
Ithis! amount the county keeps located at Starke, Lawtey, Hamp- have reported on sales conducted p m, Hunter party on the church I cello. Allocation for Monticello \

Is27r> 40, while $18360 goes to the ton and Brooker, said yesterday under the delinquent tax auction niouruix 3:30: p. m. Tuesday night at There sa with a ,
made while Jefferson County "
of circuit was
Spring term largo crowd In attendance almost
Sunrise !ServiceThe >
{County Democratic Executive I that the canning project hud just law. I I In the Second District
court will convene here Monday, Church will filling the Christian Church thel'e.I was f
it Committee. received a donation, of over 200 The report showed that Bradford Presbyterian ,
25 at 10 A. M. with what I Few new IHHIICS were' Injectedinto ------ -- I
April annual Sunrise Service
hold Its I
Other candidates who qualified number two size cans for the had collected $19,860 in settlement I
court officials describe as a "very it 6-30: a. m., Sunday morning. The the speeches, with candidates J
I vi ere I school project. Mrs. Johnson expressed of back taxes amountingto NEW FIRM ,
slim docket" Almost no new I still devoting most of their word-
at the splendid $73,373wltllin $11000 of the following program, sponsored by :
For representative to the State cases are on schedule, it is said, appreciation Miss Lucile Mitchell and MiisJean age to old ago assistance, the open I ANNOUNCED ifA /
of the School amount collected by Hillsborough, i
{ T F. Landrum, W coopetatlon *
Legislature and there are few old ones to be Davis, has been arranged: range, good roads, and other well-
Board, County Commissioners and one of the largest counties In the J r
]P Smith, and George H. Inman. continued.The j' and be known stand-bys. new business firm for Starke,

For County Board of Bond I following jurors have been Starke City Council in making state. Although outranked by Hymn HymnRejoice Hark! Ten Thousand glad. All three candidates for state's The Clar-Jean Shoppe, will be :, j.I ;

STrustees: summoned: ,| these centers possible. much HillHbnrough, Bradford showed of collections a Hal'ps and Voices. I I attorney from this district were I opened to the public Monday, it 1
percentage '
District No. One: O. J. Phil S. T. Thomas, A. H. Johns, Ray' The fact Is stressed, however, since higher Hlllsborough's\ $20,000 :I Scripture reading- Rev LA, present and spoke for fifteen minutes -I May 2, according to an announce- I I
that the four county canning cen- i each. J C. Adklnx Incumbent ment this week by Mrs. Jeanette (
lips and W. Fred Moore. District A. Newsom, J. F. Johnson Na-' ,pprcBented settlement of back Shepherd.
benefit of all, it
ters are for the Kincald and C. C. partnersIn
District Gus H. Invocation Rev. W. A. Fischer. reviewed his record during Hoppe
No Two: W L. Wall. than Hall, Ezra Lennon, who raise vegeta- taxes amounting to 954000.:
No. Three: A. A. Durden. District Pennett, F. C. Holllngsworth .J. D. especially those Girls' Chorus-Ten voices. I his sixteen years In the office. ownership. :

No. Four: H. D. May. District Bowers, J A. J. McKinney, D. J.I bles and other products that can In contrast to the good showing Easter meditation-Dr. R. T. 'Zach Douglas and T. E.: Duncan, During the past few weeks Mrs. ,''I

No. Five: H. L. Gatlin and Phillips, L. C. Smith, G. W. Baxter be preserved. In this county were the following Caldwell. I both of Gainesville, spoke, Doug Kincald has taken a special course \

R. ,,-. Weeks Arthur H. Hall R. P. Lewis, The canning plant In Starke Is figures: Bay County collected Violin solo-Miss Alice Fern an- las stressing his wide experienceIn In Tampa In which she studied the

T. T. Blackburn I expected to be finished next week $871 In settlement $86,144 back I the practice of criminal law, newest methods of flower arrange- ,
There will be no opposition for K. L. Grlffls.
places on the County DemocraticE'cecutlve : Clyde Kelly, H. LJohns, AveryC. and a canning course will be given taxes settlement; Hamilton of collected$20,348 only Holmes$98 dez.Girls' Chorus-Special number. and Duncan making the plea that ments for wedding, funerals, par (1'' '

Committee One man Dennison. A. V. Varnes, N. S.I I for girls. It is the aim of the N. In ; Short talks-Visiting ministers.I a young man be given a chance in ties, and other occasions. She
in settlement' of
collected $143
and one woman (the required number Parrlsh, W. H. hall W. Henry Andrews Y. A. to have persons raising farm $50.940: St. Lucia collected $166In Hymn--All Hail the Power of, the office states that part of the neW business II I- ,
I G. to can the surplus in or- Jesus' Name. I will be a "first class florist :
!> qualified from each precinctexcept Hubert E. Priest, Tate products settlement' of $84,421 W. P Smith, T. Frank Landrum

two, where no woman qualified Alvarez. H. D. May. C. C. Norton' der that the family can have a I Benediction-Rev, Fred Yerkes.; and George H. Inman, all candidates -I shop." I ,

These vacancies will laterbe Dewey Murrhee. S. E. Sparka year: around supply of canned The comparatively good showIng Easter Cantata I for representative to the In addition to flowers the new 1 1I '

filled by appointment. Those Lester Kite L. F. Dinktns. Fred A. vegetables and meats. Of course In Bradford was largely due The choir of the Baptist Church, state legislature spoke fifteen shop will carry Rifts antique j', I

who qualified were as follows: Scott, E. E. Norman, Charlie A very small charge Is made farm to the auction last December of ''inder the direction of John H.pow..II minutes each I glass, pottery, and a line of pop- ..

Jenkins. Jr., J. H. Surrency. lamilies for the canning service 23,401 acres of Un No One: J L. Harrell, and Ada with the cost the Empire Lumber Co. Competitive j I
but when compared recently
art Easter cantata, Sunday school board from District Twowern It. will occupy the building -
Moore. No. Two: J. M. Alvarez. -*----- of toll Is bid.JIng by J. E. Bunch, of
the charge
II In stores morning at the regular morning I allowed ten minutes: Dr. vacated by the Suwannee Store. ;
and Mae Green. No. Three: W. B. Gainesville! brought the total I I'.
GRADUATION negligible.Person service. This composition ore- W. E. Mlddleton, S. E. and Extensive remodelling la being
Alexander, and Nolla D. Middle- realized the I I Sparks
I having product canned amount by county I 1 4intsthe Scriptural narrative of W. S Sibley. carried out In preparation for the tod. No. Four: C. S. Roberts and I EXERCISES from this sale to almost $20,000.I
must furnish the product and the I, me Resurrection a thrilling musical opening. !: ,l .
; Also allowed ten minutes
Millie J. Fogg. No. Five: G. P. I -- .- I were .
center furnishes setting. .-'----- --- :
can and the canning I 1 f 'p
Wadsworth. Commencement exercises the following; candidates for the '
No Six: C, Sullivan Annual /
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all the labor for two centper $25.00 Reward Posted I Singers taking part In the service 1'I
lad Ida Hagan. No Seven: E. A. I of the Bradford County High | Hour of County Commissionersfrom HEALTH UNIT .
can. Or, if toll Is given In I are as follows: sopranos: .
Sapp. NO. Eight: L. R- Gainey. School: will take place next weeks out of C. A. Durling. who operates a I Misses Juanita Barefoot. Frances, District Four L. J Wynn R.IS. .
and Alice Thomas. I fifty-two members of the senior I payment, it la one can road-side stand near Hampton, Wall ln, Frank Abernathy and TALKEDDr
I tour for moat vegetables and fruits Hemingway Doris Hough. Dorothy
of W. H.
E. W. Hayes qualified as Con-: class and forty-eight members. and one can out of five for all 'selling/ pecans, honey and various I Claire Klckliter, Clyde Nell Thom-, I A. B. McCreary director of .

gremiional Democratic Executive the Junior high school graduate.The meats. ; preserves yesterday offered a $25 ''as, Mrs. C. W. Chalker, Mrs. J. D.! The second meeting In the series '''county health work under the

Committeeman Mrs. N. D. Wain- Baccalaureate Sermon will reward for tb. arrest leading to was held last Friday\ night at New
; with canning to be Doyle. Mrs. L. A. Shepherd; altos I I State Board of Health, spoke Tuesday -
"right State Democratic Executive night in the B. H. Everyone the conviction of tbe person or River, where the attendance was,,
as he held Sunday Mrs. Johnson I I I : Mrs. E. L. Biggs. Mrs L. F. to the clay County Board of
Committeewoman and A. Z. auditorium at 8 o'clock with done is urged to see persons who have been stealing ,iDlnklns probably the lightest so far. I I interested II:
; S. arrangements 10 that I Mrs. L. O. Powell. Mrs. ; Commissioners and about 100 ,f
Adklns as State Democratic Executive Rev. L. A. Shepherd of the Baptist and make centers be of, rose bushes from hla place on Road Earl Searing; tenors: John H. The fourth meeting will be held'': citizens upon the advantages -

Commltteeman.Dr Church delivering the sermon. the canning may i 13. He left the money In the Telegraph A. tonight (Friday) at the Hampton
great benefit and use to the citizens be Powell, L. A. Shepherd' ; basses: of a full time health' ser
where It
W B. Park. qualified as Tuesday night at 8 o'clock: the s office :O. Andreu, T. K. McClane, Jr., L. school house at 7:30: o'clock. ,

State Republican Executive Com- Junior Graduation will take place of our county..--_. kept until he between orders' it 800 paid.and Mr 600, Q- Powell. Mrs. L. A. Canova I I ..--- vice.Dr.. McCreary haa spoken to loCal -
mltteoman; Mrs. China Faulkner with the ninth graders receiving Durling will be at the piano. --- Is- VisitorWilbur I organizations In Starke several ;I.
that make a beautiful King '
as State Republican Executive from Supt. A. J. Criffls. fine rose bushes Persons not attending other Bradford r
diplomas I Dies Of Injuries along the road. He C. of Wauchula, times In the Interest of I ti
I display King
Committeewoman; and Ben Faulkner The speaker of the evening churches; lire Invited to join the and Putnam Counties form- "
I died Saturday of them and is anxious -I candidate for the Florida Railroad Clay '
20. Is proud ,
of Davis
Ethel Ann very 'I
as C. Simms In
Republican committeemanfrom will be the Rev. J. members of the Baptist Church ing a health unit with clinics,
2. In the to stop the thieves who have Commission In Group Two, was a '
Pa- April
Precinct of night 'I'
Two. the First Baptist Church I this Easter service, which will doctors und Inspectors for
I Alachua County Hospital of Injuries already taken around fifty bushes. visitor In Starke last week. He Ispresident nurses
-- -- latka. ._ I' a'so' Include a message by the minister the purpose of combating disease,
before -- -- of the State Association
Two Rotary SpeakersTwo Thursday night at 8 o'clock in i received a few hours from the Scrlptuie. "Ha la Insanitatlon, health education: rtc.
near of Commissioners anil, has
Auditorium of B. H. Sthe In sn automobile Gillis Visits StarkeHon. risen as He said.' I County It (Is Dr McCi-eury's. aim to have,
Interesting speakers were the The woman a served on the Hardee\ County I
young I
of the Senor Gainesville MelhodlHl. C'hurrh and Bradford, und Putnam, .'
heard at the Rotary Club luncheonhere graduation exercises and the daughter of D Stuart Glllls, presidentof I Qoanl for. five terms. While InStance Clay
class will be held. Dr. H. C. fUxrke girl of the State The Methodist choir will sing : If possible join this unit aa noon
Wednesday. W. D. 1937 si-salon
They were Eulle Parmenter, the Mr. King made personalcalls
Gr....., Enwull Professor of Philosophy Mt. and Mrs. candidate for Supreme two special hymns at the Sunday as postlble lie refuted! to the
brother of L. A. Gray, presIdent I buried In Dyal Cemetery withfuneral Senate and a I and made many new acquaintances -
University of Florida will was One. morning service: "Christ the Lord listeners Turndiy the steady de.'I
of the local club, and Dr. R. at the services at the grave Mon- Court Justice. Group '

n amble of Meadeville, Pa. Mr. be the principal speaker April 4, Besides was a visitor in Starke Wednesay Is Risen Today" and "The Triumph -- I dine of communicable disease!
Ort,, .--- lay afternoon and I Song" An infant baptismal will rates In communities enjoying'
\ old friends
< Is now living In Texas andS -- the deceased Is survived greeting his ,
linom Allocation
her parents be held following the service. Sewing public health work and |iolnted'
club Interesting and acquaintances.
members some Food SaleThe two brothers, Iiom renewing II
by and liusUrt DinjierAllday A supplementary fund of $15,671was out the laxity of reporting in uiI '
sidelights on life in that Davis of Jacksonville; i Glllls wo very I
Missionary SocietyCircle Clarence with basket ttila week President -I IIn,1,I con-
services communities
State Dr Women's that from all Indications I approved n.-ganlr.ed:
Gamble, who spends Mrs. Edna Harley, said
of the by six Bennett Lumber I Rooievelt continue the tills with the reporting -
everal number two Metbo-I would give hima dinners at the : to tr'\ ted superior
weeks each winter at Key- Mrs. Ola Mae Davis of Bradford County '
ton* Heights, spoke as a Rotarian dist Church will hold a Lawtey Mrs. Newn Burney, handsome majority In t',e May hed are announced by the Church Bradford County sewing room of organ Ire J communities!

o( many years experience and gave all day! Saturday In the vacant I Jacksonville Edith\ ; Evelyn and Pearl 3rd Primal y Reiort from ul!I >i* God for Easter. Sunday Good project. It was learned Wednesday to show that physicians do co-op-

1 the members here some valuable 'building next to Canova's Phar- Misses the latter four all of over the sUte indicate: the Senator Iriglng and other music is prom- from Congressman Lex) Green rrate with an efficient setup for if

blnb! on conducting programs and micy formerly known as Rachel s. Parmenter The, funeral was directed said, that his .:.U-ctlo.i s :m ,ised. The general public Is Invlt-I who wired members of the Board the general Improvement of the

living up to the Rotary Ideal of the proceeds Will be used for I,I uy Starke.DeWltt C Jones Funeral 1I0me.i virtually assured. (Continued on Page Eight) of County Commissioners here, community.

Service Above Self." I I church repairs.

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presenti if'' SHOULD BE AT iky* GULF SERVICE
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which p Clothes Was Never STATIONL.
i being of i i Prettier Nor More BLOSSOM

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1 0I STUDIO $1.00 to$3.50 HOT CROSS BUNS

t't'f f! I> r Summer Pants$1 to$4.49
Polo Shirts 49c up
Your Best For
Dress Shirts 89c up Remarkable ValuesAt
D.- EASTERThe Ladies Shoes $1.19 up STARKEBAKERY

k Cleanest and Men's Suits$14.Boys' i J

Most Sanitary Suits $2.95 up ,Y MARGUERITESSpecials

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a SHOPW. Slips find Coca Cola ice cold in any- EASTERCHICKS Maxwell House Coffee, 25c
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B. Mundy, Prop.:, body's
Charmer Coffee, lOc

pi. FOREASTER AtSISTRUNK'S No. 2 Tomatoes 6c

.; y 20 Lbs. Pillsbury Flour 82c

4 : LADIES A Full Line RAYON Of II III l FEED Easter Hams 25c

UNDERVEARChildren.s & SEED STOREJoyous Hens Fancy 20c

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Hats of All KindsNo I II { EasterGreetings Cream, 3 tall, Carnation Pet r. 19c

Easter:. Is' Complete
Without An Easter Basket .... 10 Lbs. Sweet Potatoes, 15c
For The Child. See Ours.

All Other Necessary I,
fi PRIEST'S5c i AccessoriesSTUMP'S-- ; TO ALL S. R. JOHNS & SONS

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i .IIt i'IUJ15.. 1933 _ _ _ RUADFOKU ('Ol'NT1'' rwntiit.. STAHKE, FI.OK1DA
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amountlnir to IIS,22. amounting to $73.62. If \1'
22 Ic. with AL80: K'4\ of BB<1 Site !M Ti>.
.. nold evidenced Said tux ertlflcu.ten together '
1') I lo 1. are
and Still ofii.in all ,'' LuvleA 6 I 8. II. 22 1C. iimtalnln 80 Acrin, .( a
N'OH. SOS Hubnequent
I..V i i-i tlflcnti'H$ alt 1h'r: .
: 1
radford School Journal : and I I'.iari: : icHpartlvely and repii.Nt'iit lazes will he .. .to ( highest More or IPHMThe Hold evict.-noo. .* "
I lie
to are ;
tinimtd taxeft for the yearn bidder' nt I the ('nu, ,hou.o door In taxes '
I ri"iz:'i' to I I'rts(:\ iioth liu-hmlve. amiuint- SlnrltK o.i, the 22nd::. day of April, by corUtt..lo10M.. BIO and an"ISI'I of .
nut to MS.48.Siild 1938' at .U :::00 o'clock A. M. 1981 and 1ft83 respectively. inpi ,
: lax tai'lift'ates "together with Dated, thin the 2nd day of April, cadent the unpaid taxes for the I :

\II--f-l-iittl lS'I'UtIH", l"UIUU..un..\\'. .\I'ltll. 1SIu34\ NI'\lUtlt: 'flllltT\" all IIIXOHlll.I I nhi4iMiti I. .he>iit Hold omitted to I tho or l hlHhvutiildder I.evlea 1D3N.OFFICIAL HI5ALA. > .amounting yearn. 1031 to to. llM 1938( : o'i.both IncliiHlre, 1'". I

i Bx. 3
o Couithouno door In J. TIKIMAFI' ALSO: SWU of NB'i
at tn,,,' A s B Acres t In
In Mw ,
clcrU, of circuit I Court ofHi Aore
tin22nd nfprll.,
SENIOR PLAYGREAT An Ideal Boy I Freshman Frolic \ :si.iiH.on I 1'iix.:' ( ,tit, 1 11.his on the<"'i lock 2nd A.City dny M.Muled .of April, .,.ad r.ml l c.iiintv, Floilda.I13142S. Inv containing..Cor Heo.' .13: 5 Tp...s'riuii'e 7 H 11." 22 ii.urlem ] ,'

''I'' ,,1lIN"UIFF: I-I:IKinl'KICIAI. --- -- --- ,
I \/ES: FllilC!: : SUCCESSThe Held FridayThe I SIOAI.) ()TIt.I'I. OK. HlLti OK TAV The .tnxe.H to he mild are ovtd'ncertl.v
This boy Is nearly always smiling \ .\. .1 TIIOMA8, 4 I-.H IIIM4'TINOTICK ':. certificate NOH. oil and 1.17H cf> ,
\ I' ,.nITOR.IN-CIlIIF!: and Is exceedingly friendly tot'veycne 4'1'I'k of Circuit Conn 1 of IS HKriBRV; OIVIBN that (19.10: and 1983 renpeptlvely 1 and r pnHciit j
VENSON '38 held the Mm., K n. Harmon bee filed with lie unpaid: tuxon for thevciirn .
I \ IUti IT!: Senior pluy given last Friday Frenhman, ( r I lli'",rir I "rd County, Kloildn. I
although; he doesn't 1-'-I: .4ta.4ti't'l.i. I"". written I reijncHt) that the I tax c<*rtlflcnten 19211! t Itt 1'I3R! : both Incltmlve. .1
.. > >ITOR night wits a weal success according I first of the annual, Freshman Frol- .. -- --- -. toHTellier, with all Kiihmintient amounting; to $8l"i.74.Hnid
I i":ii"rET 1DOT( ) BISHOP I ) to all reports. The gross : overdo being friendly and Is veryHlnccre Ics Friday' night April 1. A number > of "Mil OK TtV omitted I I ,or I levlt-d I ft".... held tux .certificate; together with I I I
: with his smiles disclosing I II 1.\t'I'IFI4' tlFM hy the Slate I he advertised' and noldlo all aubneituerit. .. omitted. or Levied ,
',poRT RniTOR) proceeds was about $87.00. This'I beautiful white teeth. I II of games were p'nyed and later NOTICM: IINHI3HV I ; ITVISN thHtV. the hlirhcM lilililer for canh an taxen will be Hold to the hIghest' J ''

Bilk pI.UIMEILJI'j'I'RARY amount is the largest to be leuliz- a musical entertainment was \ It. Crawford las fllod will. me provided" by Chapter, 182IO!( of the lildder nl I ho Couithonnu. donIn ":, "'

ed in the lust few Between I lIe IH n veiy, clean nice look- i presented. The Freshman colors written, .lln""I|% that thn tax c"rllflcaten ID.17:! acm. of the LeKlnlaturn" upon !Rtarke on the 1C day of April. 1931, I'
EDITOR years. dencrlbed. real estate o'clock A. M. { ,' :
the followlnigr 11.00
i I toKHiht'iwith I nil "UI.M"11" III I :
idA);( MAE MANNING the Acts of'the play there were a Ing boy but not 'too handsome.He pink and green were carried out in 'I "nt( oinltlcd I or levied t ax i.e held. In the County of Ilradford. State of flitted thin the IUh day nf March ;,, .

few numbers the Band I has brown hair and eyes, olive all of the refreshments.A l hy I the State'. he., ndverllHed and ffohlto FliM'Ida, lo-wll : 1918.: I II
IOKI3 Rhythm I I the hljthent bidder for caHli an Lot U Town of T.nwtey R of HySec ( OFFICIAL 1 8RAL)
:: PI3AHC10 (First Grade children from MissLIIley' complexion and Is u marveloussize. sophisticated gentleman witha |1"'Vld."t l.y ClmplilmilA. \ ot the I, 33, 24, 20. 20 TI. B 8. H. i A. .1. TIIUMA3. ; .
I He Is about six feet tall and i I I1H7:! ",1" of the I..eRrlNlHtiire, upon. 22 Ic.'Vle I Clerk of Circuit t Point f.fHradford I"
II SPECIAL room) shoulders. top hat suspenders and black I lie followlnic I .h'M"'lh'd) real I vHlate I tuxes to he noM are! evidenced County. Florida, \'
GUY has broad
M1KIAM Between the second and third : very I velvet breeches aided ihe children I In t the County ..f Kradford State hv certificate' No. 240 and 728 of 4-1-31-4-15. 'i'
He always looks at ease no matter of 'Klorldii, to-wlt: 1931 anil 1933 respectIvely. and rat'-l ,
acts "Heigh Ho" and "Whistle I I hut night. Florence you've got 19.10 to /
where he Is or what the situaI -' lolM 25. 27 Woodlnu'll, Oec.I2 resent luxe for Iho yenr
EditorialOYSI While You Work" (From Snow the making of a gentleman : Tp. t f>. 11 22 U., containing 1938. hn111 IneliiHlve, amountlnnr tntil *i'i:4"t\i.: )-t.If"rut9': ; 's n'I'I'n
i I tloti may be and has the t are) talent -I' what made 21)) .\.I"'M. more (ii' lean .08.ALHO'. N'MTICIIS; '! IIKIIKHY: MVI'N Iltat
We wonder Gayle'sdretm I
White and the Seven Dwarfs) was \ of putting others at ease im- ( 1'he III sea to ho Hold are evidencedl.v : Lot 5H Town' of Lnwtev.K I ht I Itonrd of 4'""n.y I CninnilmHt<'n.r*
PROSPECTS rendered by pupils from MissHitch's stand out like a four year I certificate i'os. SilO and 878 of of llnllWHV ISa' 31. 24, itfi. 26. of Bradford 'otto! y, Fluriilu. him '
; I I mcdlitely His manners are flawless ; oldViie It starch ? I 11)92:\ unit I 111:14: reHpurtlvely, and repleKcnt Tp A H. U. 12 H. (illlnil. n ;'lrf..! Klertlon;, to ti held ;
# season the girls'' and boys' room. i and are so natural to him I nnpalil" texaN for the yearn The tnxcH to lie Hold are evidenced In the "",'pl'n'' i-lnrtlun I pipilnrti off j \
) team of our school was i :1 I Dldn t Betty look like a "Great intl: to IM-i. hnth' Ilicliml, amolllltIIIK h)' Ceiilrlcitte NHH. 241 acid 740 of tilil C.to n t'. f"r t lit i purpom of l#-
that lie doesn't do like some peo- to Jtl.72. toll and .1933 rcHnocttvely. and r.-. \ li'i-iiilnlnw whffthnr or not Bradford "

,1 strongest In the state. pie seem to do and that Is to give Big Beautiful Doll" with that pink MIl, tnx cKitlflcaleH I toirether with renent the tinpntd taxes for the County Klorldn, xluill, ln> "..nAIiI Itt. ,
teams larger, I Meet the Seniors 1 and blue hair ribbon on. nil Hllheeqllent 1 omitted or UevlitdInxen yearn" 1930 to 1H.18 hoth Incltmlve.nmollllttllfC \ i.d Into n Cotton froiluitlon Control
> played the that ; : ::
they are trying
11"/1' Impression >\'111 tic Mold to tho highestileIi'i' to $2A 90 1)i Mt I''h.t. purMii.int in <*ti tu i,tor 17 08.) I
) and better equipped than I to remember what would be Junior;, Johns' was all the little l at I lie (',,ert, 'hn"" door III ALSO: Lot 60 Town of Lnwtev \ TJVWH of Floi'ldn' A..!... Hf I 1117 I Hi4

and though we have not KKKXAKI KOSIEIt the correct In to do. girl hrttrthrobs with those shortpants Stink. on I tho 15th day of April M: of Ry Hoc. 23. 24. 2116 Tp. Cn. 59,110 ho'iig! !!, : I
wm I Ing lli-IM nt I II I ::00 ..','I..I'k A M. II. 3 won. no one can soy we I This young man halls from I' Hf dresses) very neatly and with from Enquire. Pnlfd I hili'I the 26.It day of March Tho tnxen to l<.. Hold' are evidencedhy I .nnd Production. Wlililn ci,.' I I.

a good fight. And Luwtey. where he has lived all his 1118S.( !) certlflcnte N'OH 242 and 741 of Slate' of Florida' of !Son.' Inlnnil'
has casual airabout that
put up taste.
or- good yet u And where dlit"William get ,( lI'I'I'IA1. I'lfoJAL' ) 1931 nnd 1933 respectively nnd Cotton In th" nxr-ivln of the
.- tha team like this one life. But he says he wants to him that seems 'to soy city sllccer bow-tie ? A. .1.! THOMAS, rennnt the unpnM taxes for .1'-1' Hn.rv:..d Powers of thp State< ofS'lerbds I

,. skilled and interested I leave just HS soon us he completeshis "clothes but thereIs I Is Clerk, ..r circuit I t Court ofttriidrord yearn 1980 to 1835.! both to provide protection( I
lit are important Feral the old age getting you County Klorldii.4IHII.1. amountlnir to 120.41.t.I for OrowHru and 1'1..llIr""H nf
'I manlike and hard-fighting high school education. I no sense in placing too much ; down.Ve noticed. the "Silver ALKO: Lot 6S: Town of LawteyB Such Cotton Airnlitttt tfvhrMlantlon '' -
serlsi. of rty *<'< 2:1.: 24, 25( 20, Tp. 8R. ,.rilnt. ,. I
.u", ; of the school have Bernard intends to become a I emphasis on them." threads umond the Gold." I : Ami llcdnctlon tn
n. 11 !<] Thereof To That Rnd Pi,'ovlrtIniV -
$". ,ted theIr most urgent physician. Wouldn't, It be great I lIe has a grand sense of humor Those two little girls, Iris and :11001'1110"11'1 I11VKN' To The lazes 'to he Mold arn evidenced. for :Creation of Coilon Prn-

.vmnasium. to rend, some day. that he has flavud yet can be us serious as anyone I Alta looked like they were just nil:-; debtoi-H,: 114 of HUKKHT the estate: otV, 18Toiode h 1132)' certlflcnte 1033 rcRpectlvely No*. 348 and, and 742 rep-of .1>,,'lIon$ Control I tli* r'nllll..l\"o, 111111rl..I., I .In: PrnhlbltlnR ""MlllKtrlotH -

,, icnt court has oeen call many lives Then we could ,, If the occasion so arises. But very will ting", for the birthday party to decciiHcd< to pay all said "". IIn1h" unpaid. taxnn for thoyenrn of ntiv TYPO. of CottonothtM
with lots of "go- him lie went I ,''''III'M duo And owing tho en- I 1931: 1 to 11)38 both inclusive, "'hn n s"fi Inland t'ottrt,; [II pttlst
lam one sny. "Why I knew 1 l seldom docs the twinkle disappear begin. tnt I.. In the I'lidei-Htgrnvd, asid Aclinln-' amounting, tn $1721 prohibiting the. Planting '

i MI! ,n" m It. In had weather, to Bradford High!; School!" (torn this eyes. And wasn't Louise a dainty little IItI'IX to to nil creditor' and ALSOCom.: nt NB Cor of NWM Mi.M'i'iti" nf any 'rvItd' of Coiiuti
Rood deal of that I I and cliilmantu. ti> file. your clnlm or ac- of NW',. Sec. 24 & nun H I to HWCorner ) SUM! PliintM I (It lie t' Than SisiTHland
IIU.T a He says: nothing Important has This Ideal boy attends school Miss In pink organdie a oiint. duly HXVOI n, ,to. with I lie Coint- of Hiild 40; Thence 8. .to or Herd' Plants

n I \vc cannot use it, and ever happened to him. We hope he i i regularly and Is seen at church pink bow? I.y JiidR-i'ni.nlhM nf, I lirnilford from,
';iimes and practice. A 'I can't say the same thing ten or every Sunday. lIe lives a good Snookey'a curls( were the envy I IIrl.t oli-'it Ion of thlK notice or elne the linn 630"..rlhl Ct. Tlience land, 7fiO W fIb 0 ThcncnS tt. N I and, Knforppmcnt hornof Staking of thoProvlnlonn nil .: I

M nlso' b" UBPd for ,school I clean and his character traits 'In. Loran thought mild 'In I iiKiilni't I tho cHtnlB: will Nortlleily : t tI
i fifteen years from now. life of ull the little git i in I lono Vt,. .K 48!) ft. thence Annual Appropriation, ( for the I
ic Imired' and iinrolleptnkle. 10(1(1 ft. Thcnco 11 186( ft., .. '
would naturally, In-I i! Iho
nl are he highest. she dream. I Purpimo of I"II..nlnll' < ,
when I was 1'Al'l.lNK: TOUODE, > 23 :24 ']'p. n 8.' U.
He Is quite friendly one I to B.T." !4. r. Provisions hereof: ProvldlntrP
nt's Interest in A _. AdmlnlMtratrlx.', .
iii stud ----- -- -- I Ruby surely was a pleasing gen- 22 K.The ,
I: knows him and has a good sense lIst it isa ,nnd PiinlKlinviil "<
I l-s.41-1-211. IIIXCH l to liv Hold are evidencedhy 1- '
,1\\' III!<'B.i l leman. Violation of the ProvMnimIfnreof :
I II" Mammy Sez ------ ... acid 753 of
of 11\IU1C--whlch holps! 1lot as : cerlincatr-H N. 244 ; ; ."
i i'. there |13 a large gym'to I Wonder If the Freshmen have 'I'I'II"n'I '. OK S \'.101 fl" TAX 1 19.H1. nnd lltS'l' r.'MI""II\'oly.' anti rcpinnent I

". )h" iiur trains often i'I many can say. I -;;- ; \I (gotten. "H the confetti off yet ? t Kll'l: 'IKM'fl'KH: the unpuld' In""A for theyeaiH ilndnd Thi- tMi-rtloi Iii' Hii'.lion, piopnMitl( ,, l I'i.I lo, ,.In!O.,'II.mControl tn-, t
I'se bet dat cast ob de Seniorplay IH HHHISDY: IIIVKN thatPniinlv 19.10 I to 193N. both IIwlll..ll'p.IInlUunlll'lJ '
( IITI( 'u
be on NC
Mel Ueinartl likes to exempt .. rrl.
,\ ,,dciid ii person from : i _.---, -*." -- --- him filed with mo to 'Of.09. ninlrlit. l Is nil of that t"
time jow their towjn ''all subjects for exams and nearly nm clone glad dat dat thing I wIIt"1", I ,, KlnK'-"( hut the $tnx ccrllfl- Said lax: certlfloaten' I toKcth) with 1.h1l'1" <, eel within I I th> t hntindnrlaiiof t, I
I done obcr wlb.) De gals In It Elementary I Echoes with I nil I I Hlllinciiieittinitued nil ninltted or Levied Ii,1i ft'ri' ('cii"Ilv.t Flurlrtn.I I which'
build such) always It. too. He has a. special urn al'-" t iKKclher miliHeqiient: : di-nrrlhwd do.-
to : bntindnrlKK are
net it Bald
possible the
or l I"\l ld I it Sea h ld l.v ,iaxen, will be Hold to the highest
and that Is Riving I were worried at first dat dey II : theilKhcKl door InStnrkc 'titniitod and ,o.t" out lo II411)iIt.It' r
> iirquate. ] gym. She laughed, dislike though suite I,. ndxciilMcil' nnd" nold lo hldder, nt I the ComthoiiHc .. \
in ? or for that would burn ur In It. as It were a SIXTH: (iltAUttWe Ii lilddiifi" >r itch n H plovldudv on the I Itllh' day of April, of I the State: of Florida...
had torn oral) reports English nil hl..1 within' ; /
i-pHi-d that they ---r- If Iho li rrlti>\ \ i
) : :1 M.Dated
I Ilii7 1I..tM"f o'clock A.
I flO
> the
; ClnnitciIK2I I 0 of I91K.I III 11 :
I winter play an' dey all wored fur I arc very hOiry to lose two > the hoiinitnrl-n of I ten 1)f'i't County" t
other .
subject. folloWIllK nf March
ro.ome condemned( buildings In matter any the l'KlHlntlllc' I upon I the I thin the 2 But ole weather corned who have moved In theoiinty In rrontoil Into a Cotton Production
I coats. man of our classmates dcNurlhi'd. lent eHlllle' I 1938.OFFICIAL .
itu own and with the school boys' Bernard hold on to your sense Florida Control lilctrli't the nlnntlnir of anyat'aI
of PRAL1
Stilt "
to do rescue ob ilcse fair maidens nwny. Hillary Cowiirt has I of I lirndford ( fir pliintH of "niivnil, ...tv, kind, I'
had brought thumiwn dislike for A. .f. THOMAS.Clerk .
volunteer) help. of humor conquer your to-wlt : 1
and dey said dat dose coats moved 'to Montgomery Ala., and I-'rnc'l NWVi of Illk :3 t H of It IIi of Circuit Court of typo" or tpH'l H of titttoti, other I ianld'f'tll
to the school yard The oral reports and, keep up or plnnlH) of the 'Ivpe known tiC "I'IO'n
Kx: Florida.IIstiill.
: t
of fctt't
felt pretty good to dem. Siimh) \Menus has moved to Clay ,, & N'4' of NKdi: 8KW tIt'itei County, Inland Cotton will he prohib ,
turk was done by the same volun- the good work and we believe you I That, poltlonV of I HV Her. 21 t''
Dose ole Seniors are about thro'wib Ky I 22 1-1 I contllllllllK 21 ------
0 H. Il. ited.Hnld
',iei' help and the cost was very will succeed.AMOK. Tl.| election to lie held' on the (
only hab a few mo' in our class have, ACI-CN, mote or IUHH \U'I'I\'I'1 OK C \l.ll OK 1' SI.t'u'ui'ii' \
us. Dey Twenty pupils 3rd day of Mny A T> II'IS.' ttie mmnhelnir j,
excellent .., evidencedhy
this Hold'
mall'ith l arc
Tlic 1M'''" lo %T.1MIJTICM !
imple set why not give B. H.i'Ui)1 S, I days of dls school den out fer received certificates for knowing celtlricateH I NON 3KO anil I IOU I of \ : 1 IH I III HI'IIY IIVMN I t Hint .hidfIIat The dnld TnpRdny elvrtlnn. I lo In.he held r'
EDWAKUS"Good good. Dey are ails excited 'bout their multiplication tables perfectly. I 111.12\ : nnd I lliii:\: ,rcMiiectlvely t I nnd repicHt 'L. II I'owell' IIIIH filed with me willten In accordance with the law \ro" rn-
I< ..)] players the chance they 'nt I imimld tnxen for the yearaKill ""' 11.1 I thht, I the lax. certificate* i
I ole slow but sure t dere Invitations being sent and incase W. are sure the others will ainountIliK INK" Deneml Kloetlonn.only
hu'hiHlve ,
both omltcd ,
'ive Ii) will make our school 'I I I to 1 III.IH(: toirelhi'i with nil HiihHcriuent iiiinllflfd. ,. rrvrholitt-r' <'Ie'trtu!
That's the young lady were writIng I any ob you all wants to no know theirs this week. lo, $!'' 0l.Ha !: l or levied tuxcM held 1 by the H'' ate Mltnll lie permitted, i to vote t In the "' :I
ui !progressive and our team Id I tax i-crlirii-iiteH, I I logelher with .he ndverllHed. and Hold to the hllfh.1 .
i : about now. I why dere am sech a bllt r c'owd, nt levied MIIdl' Kpeclnt' 1 Kle.-tlon I I
omitted I .
or .
triumphant. all I Hiilimiiiuent .'. hinder for' <'IIMI| UK (irovtded by r,. i... coNvort,
i --Editor. Talk. If you want to, about all de post office ebery day dat am I FIFTH liRtIE IHXCH will he Hold to the h".h".thhlol. t'liiuunr t IN29lt, of t Ihe 1937: act s of cimlrmnn of Hnflrd of CourtyCommlftfttonorti r I I >
l .',' i ut I thn C'oct It holiao door Instailt. I the LeKlnlat. lire, upon the feil I owIngtieN'i'iIt'tt Bradford Coun- '
de Seniors to see if'n (leyshab and studying .
waiting We reviewing I.
Seniors and anyone are of April. '
your jolly .n I Ihe 22nd dav real,I ,''''"10' 111 the ( 011"- ,
-- -
-- l.'lorldnATTIOST
I else, but they don't hold a candle \ gotten in mail. I for our final examinations. Quite I II:IK. nl I 11 I on ,,','lo'le A. M.Uiitid tv of Itradforcl, .Htntu' of. Klorldii\ tu- I IV. : I
ot April
Senior Facts She has De LII Women am a planning number) of us will be exempt. I title the 2nd day wit: A. J THOMAS',
"Senior Alice! i
to our I iHH! H',4 "f NWM :XWi't of Nt.i1. I I5x: offlrlo I'leik' anil Andltoi, ." ,..fI
a smile and word for everyone. I to hab done annual dance wlb a Jnrnlta Hutto had a birthday (riKKiciAi.( enAi) Hoc. 3D Tp. 8 8. II 22 K, pontalnInir I 11.MI: Ml of County CnininlHMUinoritlliiKir. I ,

,i' "nest Girl: I orchestra; de nite of graduation. I today. She 18 Iwelve years old. A. .1. TJIOMAH' 180 Acres morn or IOHH I ? .! Cniinlv I I Florlila. ;. II I
From what we can learn she Intends Clerk of Circuit Court of The InxnH 'to be Hold are evidencedhy :: ,
Elva Lee Reddish teacher. Dey hab one has' year an' It were She Is ha\'lng' a birthday: party I-IrllolrOl'o.I County. Flop'lda.Isat cBrtlflciito NOH. 246 and 1:144: of
school '
Ktlna Pearce to become a i enjoyed by ebcrybody. I hopes de''! Friday afternoon.We : i-az. 1 19211 and, 1933 renpeotlvoly, and rt>p- -. a e.". .,."..... : '
If she does. all WP can say Is: I' "O"Olll unpaid. titxcx I for th"I, yoarnITI5 I
t booking Boy: "We know her pupils will like speaker ob graduation reads dls' are planning on having a I 'TH'K nf i N \ II1 01' TAV : :\ lo I'lax.' :' liotli, 111,'IdHlve, iiniiiuutIIIK COLDS 'I

Dun Hazen here column ob mine so dat he { good! time on our Raster: Egg hunt I Kit'I'I"'I(" t'liN) to $:M3: 4H.ALHO. 666> ntiil .
her" that is, if she keeps up her BleIlY OIV10M that :- I SV Sec. HOTi
Kecse Bradley won't speaks too long so dat de I next FridayWe with mouiiitiMi : ; "H W"ot1.tI:\ i: : : 41) FEVER ::
happy mood and we see no reason I I I':. I il 11111, \'I'V IIIIH filed | (I : i oiilllllllnir' .
Athletic Girl: i people can leave dere In time to |, hay been bringing Mrs. I )I''lIIl'I| that the I tnx ccrtlfI..CI.H ,\"I"'M, nIlII'O n.. to asTie' I
I Tnblr"lilte .4 -
why she should lose It. With her wllh all I I mioHmiuent ',. t.. I, i LI ,' ,, IInOeitil liliihl. nut dll"i !
'' i
Ulllun ottimpITurrlot of her work and that I, go home nnd dress fer de dance an j i ii Howard \let: of pretty flowers. We "I ",,llI",1 tiifceihci or. K'vliil i taxen held hy the l. ..::, :'l'f1: tie t : N''t.:; .1111, ,t" ;lintl i' 1345 ,tr I III lleadnclir.iO: p:
knowledge ,
Benson he nt it at a little after de clock like pretty flowers especially pop- !-II'P be advcrtlNod I and Hnld lo I thohlKlicnt II .",,,1 I 1'1":1' : "'''I'.I\1 '. ,..,,11"1') 'I "UN". llroim mlnnte.
know that I i (Istrllt..s ,. .... ,, Trv "Iiih'ttiI.n5''url.i', .. lltmt
happy dlsposltlonwe I ) hldder foruuli nn ,provided .111 I Ih. ""11" I I..1 l'll I I. l I I'
Boy: she will make nn "ideal school ten times. j pies and sweet peas. hy I'hanlor 1829H of .the 105\ : 7 act nt y'tI',, )19 0111 10 t 'it5. 1.lh a'h..lv.,, l.ltilnientOREE '
i f'Hn Hazen Fran fnllowlnicdcHcrlh ._____ ______ -----_ -- ----- -- -
"' Loryee Eddy Dot, Billy, Mm. Howard Is going to spendthe I tin'I, KlHlnture, ni>on the n _.;_ON p I':
vii am Wynn teacher. sed dat enjoyed "d real! cclato. In tho Countyof -
and Vernon really dey week-end Jasper
of 1'I"'hln., lnwll ,
to Alice I llradfoid.. Htiitc ;1 FUNERAL HOJ\J, > it
"* rtirl Much success von. Green
: ;! de Jr.-Senlor Dance at I Mrll. Howard Teacher :

Prances Peek from the Senior Class of '38. ,I Cove( Springs Wednesday nito. \ Oleeta Green Reporter. l. 45 11%. Ill !r.o.<> 31. 52, r.I.: 54.nn .
Louise Rosier I -- ----.-- ---'-- ,! Pey sed dat de only trouble were __ n,.__ 49,, BO,, 57, rs. 112 in Woodlinvn. '- I > .;:19 I LANCE I4EILVIOE!
n60j06111' ::
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1 Freshman SongTo HONOR ROLL ltuiiK 22 !I'!". cnntalnliiK 250 5'J: I'IIONE 53
Bill PlummerDan I I I you could hardly dance on' dat dey Acres morn or letmThe .
n. II. MK.NN'KTT.: Mirr. I
Hazen !| hab black an' blue spots all ober I tnxeH I to bu ",,101 are evidenced,
I The Tune "Remember Me") SIXTH: fiR\lHo; hy certificate No IBS of 1020 re.R."I 0 \ 10M K-MKK$ INTlTITTlO! p
1".1 Popular Girl: ( idem I selvesDls i forthe ...
Bradford Omitted last week) Mpi'i I lively I -l'a.nt| theM -.ae: __ J,"''''':'''' _
We're IncluanioinithiK
| 3I.I both -
Edna Pearce :Mammy am II seeing N. T. | yearn I 11(28 to "
Jr. HI. Donald Bagwell, Billy P.nker, "I!> ,,, to t02.35
Hazel Moore i and Enza together quite often. Wood) ,J4I ,.cII.in -
AliSrj-: : l ol' 27 In ct '' ,
Laziest: To please our sponsors dour Is An' Sadie and Julian nln't far i iI i Leonard Peek Aimoml Thomas I 17 "'1"I/ M. It 22U.! 11111tnliihiK .

what we always try I Klnoia Bennett Dorothy Faxon, I 1"I Act-cH. more or Ii... 1
N. T. Ritch apart. When you sees one you am .... uvldencedhy Expert RepairingSmith's
Harden- The I"".'" to 1 In- 'Il I UI'"
Julian Grtflfg And wh..nVA leave you dears I almost certain to see de other one. I I Georgia Gilpin Betty ('",'lIrh..I" S... 210 of 1929( ...e1"1'I".ly. : ,
Aziel Jackson Ellen: Merseieau. and 'the OnI -
Now don't brook represent
Most Sarcastic: please cry.Remember Miriam sho enjoyed going to a I 1U28 to
I luild' taxex for the yeai'H 1
Clarice Gill us. dance In Gainesville after de play. I m.lM\ hoth I Incltmlve, anioiintlnK I to

Pauline Anders And then next year when sopho- An' my my dat honey chile sho' -- -.- -- $27.76..AliHn t.ol 23 In WoodlawnKec. Garage : :

Biggest! Bluffer: more duties we pick up looked glameroua In all ob her new I Society 17 'l'(,. K S. II. 22 ":.. contalnliiir I ,

Julian Griffla We: hope the freshman class will clothes. 10 Acr.... more ur leM.The ..
tuxeM to' be. Hold are evidencedhv ,
N. T. Rltch wish us lots of luck Dat Vernie Phillips am sho' lib-' Miriam Guy Frances Peek and Cnrtlflcnte NOH. 210 and 214 of I

NlramVynn We'll screw our courage up and Ing ups to her being voted de bes I' Edna Pearce spent Wednesday In I 1D29 and the 1U3A unpaid r".Hi..ctlvely texaN and for ranrecant the- Phone 120

Most Studious: enter In with pluck. dressed Senior. She bab on de Jacksonville. yearn 1D28 to 193: $. both IncltlHlve, ,'p

FtAm___<_._mb__r_ ,..., amountlnir to U8 U. /
Monday -
Carol White n -- cutest navy seersucker dress Harriet Bishop spent Saturday In Wood- Wrecker Service Day or Night
AI.HO: E'6 of Lot 10 ,
Janie Mae Quarles Now we'll forget, the algebra we've wib big big white butter- In Jacksonville. lawn, See 17 Tp. 5 14. It. 22 10.containing ..

Frances Peek struggled through. flies on it dat make her look like Junior Adkins spent Sunday/In ... 5 Acres, noire or

Friendliest Girl: And we'U forget the long assignments she am a gwainlng to fly right up Jacksonville. where he visited his :The, taxes to ha cold are evidenced ... l',

Edna Pearce that we had to do. into de stramofear.Jes' mother who Is In the St. Vincent by Certificate No. 217 of 19.11, re- I .

Frances Peek But the memories of our party I To' Mammy. npectlvely nnd reprtment the 1930 unpaid to-
Hospital. texan for the years
Friendliest Boy: held on April Fool I: Doshla Smith spent Monday In 1918: both IncliiHlve' amounting to Pause..at the tr"

Will on long after we are I in.41). t
Bill Plummer linger We Wonder Why Jacksonville Matt tax oerllflcateii' together with ,j

Dan Hazen out of school I Lillian Mosley spent the weekend all HtibHequent omlU"d..r Levied,
and tuxev will be nolfl to the hluheHtbidder
Beet Girl Sport: And now we give our thanks Miriam Frances Dot Harriet In Gainesville where she attended at the CourthoUHe door In

Edna PearceVernie hope that you'llRemember Edna and Doshla are looking for- Spring-House parties. "Staike on the 22nd day of April. familiar red cooler
us. 10.18: at. I' :00 o'clock A. M.
Phillips ward to this week-end so much? Mlrlum Guy and MargueritePearce Dm d] thin the 2nd day of April

Best Boy Sport: -,--.-- Bill Flummer doesn't Just move attended the Theta Chi l 19aM.<
Dan Hazen the Keyhole over to Starke. he stays over here Dance In Gainesville Friday night. A. .1. TIIKMAH!

Through Clerk ..r Circuit Court of
Bill It
Plummer mo"t of the time. How about -- --- I
Nosiest I -- jr- (I 1 best !, Mrndfuiil County.I FlmliluI I
: : Elll ? Small grains provide cropto 22I
I I I.x- 1I- ,
Bill'Plummer Wasn't that Senior Ply some The Seniors were so excited Friday seed on land In advance of I

Julian Griffis thing? Miriam Guy was IIngeJlc-1 the arrivingof 'vi, i'ici: "'" I S'.01 01" T.\ v
? But It was just grasses .
( .:n'i'ii.v.su'iaNYrI'n :
Best Dressed Girl: and Frances Peek--why their Invitations. So you can't .- -- -- I ; IH IIKIUCIIV' ) O'VFJ-Ilh,'

ed us to death with the gun. Those soldiers AtiKiin, ( ', elt' h mewritten
Vemle I Fifteen unknown arc
PhillipsDot blame them. I ; :: I".IIt"'t'h"! : : 1'a'
plenty good too. Or I '|, III" i ,rllflmtiH -
Bishop boys were The school board (doesn't let the' burled In one grave at Hopewell,, < tiiRi'ther with nil utile 'iiuent

Beat Dressed Boy: shoUld I say boy-girl ? I couldn'tdecide Seniors wear their dresses. and Vii.( omitted. or levied taxes held hv the
I which L. O. was. Bill I State' he ndv>.rtlHod I nndmid to thehlKhefct t
Reese BradleyBill suits Instead of wearing the caps .- .--- hldder fur each. tie providedhy

Long Plummcr was quite masterful with and gowns to Baccalaureate Sermon Corn acreage Is decreasing in ('hapter 18296 of the 1937 act
his. "itsum-bltsum." What a pair! of the LeKlnlature.' upon the. follow-
Most Dignified: ? the southern and eastern portion! .tug described real entate. In the \

Janje May Quarles My my! Everyone enjoyed the Senior of the United States. County of liradford State of Florida %

Frances Peek Miriam Guy says she enjoyed play ? We guess. It was becauseit _- :MOTICF' HKH, to-wit of :NWW of HWf Hec.' 15

Beet All Around Student: after the play as well as the play was one of the best plays ever NOTICE IS HERKHY: OIVE.V to Tp. 6 H. K. 22 R containing 10

Frances Peek itself. Who wouldn't! A dance In presented In this school. all whom It may concern that I will Acres, more or lenn..
The taxen to he cold are evidencedby
lint day of April. 1938 at
Gainesville and what a rush! Edna wouldn't on I the No.. IfiO and 770 of
Janie Maycieibc Quarles. Why Doshla and 10 n'clork A M. file my Final Report certification
Artford and and apply for Final IliMeharge 1932 and 1933 renpectlvely, and rep-
-- Poshla and Harriet had a big go( to the show with
for the 1931
I AdinlnlHtrator of the nutate of recant la""" yearn to
Events time cutting in on the Sophomore Bob Sunday night? Henry III.phen.,. deceaned.DeWITT 1938 ho'h Inclusive, amounting to

I party. However Harriet has I Who Mary dated the night of the C .ION:>I. Adm'r. 4'1.10. .
ALHO" : NV, of HW'Vi of NISViHec.
11 Exam changed to orange-crush lately. I play-was It Billy Dowling? I! -25--H-4-15 2fl Tp. 5 H. 822 13., con- I t's th high sign of refrckhment. ,thejamtllar ndcookr
ii inations. April IV-Senlor What! No Coca-Cola's, Harriet? I What Bill Plummer was talking *OTH'K 4" '.OP 1\I.K OP* TtX.UTIIMCVrK taming. taxen to( to Acres he cold, more are evidencedby or lenn.The filled with Ice and frosty bottlcsof CocaColabrtnging

Baccalaureate They say there will be only one I about to Fran so earnestly NOTICE .IH HKUKHV lIVEN that certificate. NOH. 273: and 19U of you the paiat that re/runcj around the
11 Sunday, April Whata I Sunday afternoon? W J T Ii Sermon. Rev. Shepherd. more paper after this one. written rn'iuent, that the tax ccrtlfliRtfm reHent the unpaid taxen for the corner '..
Tuesday Junior High shame I m just getting warmed Why N. T. doesn't keep the mustache toitith, with all mbaequant :year 1931 to 1MH, doth inclusive, ,
April 19. all and gray hair that he had omitted or lovtao ta... ..1! School Graduation. Rev. Sims. up. Well, I surely hope you I 8tat be advertised and Mold to the AlJoIQ i W 2 Acren nf Wl of ..
ThurSday April 31-Senior High have a grand summer vacation:. i In the play? He surely was distinguished hlirhont bidder for ea.h a. provided I 1 NW'i! of HE'.i of n'iarn"1J"; 14 1, ST.AKKK' COCA-COL.\
school next looking! by Chapter 1920S of the 1&.17 .act Tp 6 K K. 22 K., 2 9&l
Graduti Dr. H. O. JBawall. and come back to Thursday 21 Little Women raring to do your best. To those What girl Junior Adkins really d..lb.d& real Mtate In the The lame to I.. cold are evidenced BOTTLING COMPANYI. :
April likes ? of Bradford Hlate of Florida br certificate No.. 174 and sue of
don't forget us,
Dance. Club House. who go to college to-wlt: 1912 and 1981 renpectlvely, and rep- .ti.t'i lilt
Why Elaine and Clarice were so I I the unpaid' ta,.... for the .
Friday April 22-Senior Pic we are still your Lot<< Bub-Dlv.. of Lot 11: East renent ,
tures. friends.Peeper.. sleepy Sunday? .. Lawisy $.., 11 Tp. 8. R. yearn Itll to 1(31. both Inclusive. ,


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I 1"h'lIlIun. the t'o"I'\1fI..r' willapply N'4! of lotN i I. j I i.SVV i.
Baptist 1V. M. U. To Meet I hldderll with ('0" Hcc.. 110,,
prnspectI (4 |I"
( i 111To Spend| l r Leisure Time Mrs Hanford Is Guest ," / au !k p. ,,1 .. clt'culnr nlaand 13., contuhiliiu '"M I |p
: The regular business and program p''11I'hMoteti. .eel lara! ace 10 re'lulrem or 'Ion*.
AOE Sl ; (ll'l'lI".OO At Woman's Club Speaker At Parent-Teacher] meeting of the Baptist Wom- Inet 1 rurttons for I'IIrnU"n 1 or The taxes In In., i
i I hldx and data' to accompany" name. by certificate \ .,,, ,
lJijctrlftJI ors D P Carpenter president Association en's Missionary Union will be held C..1. Peoples uiiHctoi <>f i I'to''l1E-' : 111.11 Hnd 1IU.1 n i.,. i "q f
t( ..f the Woman' Club of Starke at tho Church Monday, afternoon. 1 "", nt. resent unpaid. 1,1, ,
of Lees-
1 i meeting of Mrs. George ILinford o'clock. Circle IftllO; tu !I'l.lH! :! h.Mli.. ,, ,, qiug
presided at< the regular at the April 18, at 3:30: to $JOfl.l1(.
burg, 3rd vice president Powell MtIKH' OK 'H I.H OK f\\ '
the club Wednesday afternoon .utt regular meeting of the P. T. A., Number 1. Mrs.. L. O I : ('KHTIKH'A'I'KSNllTlt'M : H,,ld lux i"i'i,,1111., ,, .
; :IIO I( I nook In the club auditorium which was held Thursday April leader! will halve charge\ of the ':' IH HKIUBnVnlVKN that III! Hlll"N'''|111'11\, \ ,MillInxrH ", r t
V with will In
filed .nla ci
I f. t M. Lr.. :11ic.4: (;arnica Ilulto 8, at the Woman's Club building.Mrs. pros ram. .. W.MK H written:ICdwnrdu request! ;I ,; that the tax bidder at tinf. ""' ,11,, '
t Two. BaptistV -- ,
Circle business ,
the routine was -- ,
After I introduced to ------- together with nil Mllb-' "Hinilto on 1 Hi con' I
Hanford rtlfl.nli-B
I.-, I was
lovlod I'US, at H :no I i. i iMllllMl I IJ
Mrs. omitted or! n
l with Carpenter
Home of Has Birthday. ; Party 'i dispensed' | W. B. Sewell Informal talk on the MMiiii-nt and
) Entertained. At her audience by Mrs. also gave an hi'ld .liv HIP "Stnt I be .,,!rllned this 'Ill,. "MiI ,
1' Little Miss Uarnitii Hueto entertained turned the meeting over to chairman of tho program, commit- Granado mission at Grnnado Hold to the highest I bidder; for cash I 19814.:. I
1)) Mrs. A. L. Kemp: I u 'Purge number of her ''L. A. Canova chairman of Ameri- leo. Atlzonu. IIB "pruvhled by l t'haptoi, 1H2SMI! ,of the1x17 "1I'-', Jf'1AI. S1AI.I,
of1" 'Legislature upon
COIF rJ t Circle Number Two of the Baptist friends Frliluy afternoon at the can Citizenship, who had charge In nn Informal talk Mrs. Han- After the adjournment of the the fullowlnif ores denc'ilbPd real eHtttteIn A .1. TllllM tClerk
,,',. W M. U was delightfully entertained home of her parents the occasion of the program for the afternoon. meeting the hostess served a delicious I the Connly of Unidfurd, Slate of llrndfofd of 1'1, .
ford told of the rules and regulations (c"i iI
Dy Monday afternoon Aprill being her twelfth birthday anniversary -I Mrs. Canova chose as her sub- of the P. T. A. and told of salad course to her guests I'lorldii.Sly' ...._ ,, 4. at the home of Mrs. R. L. Kemp Tli" living/ room where' ject for the program "How" To the necessity of parents end teachers -.. --- --- --- -,
, HOME A ''? with Mrs. S. E. Sparks and Mrs. the guests assembled was beau Spend Your Leisure Time, Introducing working together In renderingthe :\0'1'14'10 OF e/.14. .OP TV\
NEED : J K Chambers ns co-hostesses. tlfully decorated! in Easter colors I Mrs R. C. Williamson of ('..:II'I'IJ1'U'' 1 e.114!
best service for the children. ITVgr that
l FOR J ,, Spring. flowers, attractively arranged with cut flowers The lovely birthday I Gainesville as the first guest Mrs. Sewell also introduced Mrs. lIf.Nc.zl: 'Ylummer: upahnY"hiV: (mmf ; LANDRUM
I'' In vases, were used In decorating cake further carried out the speaker. :Mrs Williamson la program m" wrltton reniiaxt t that I the taxcertlflcatea A ,
Duncan, state recreation .
with all )
chairman of the University together "Jl
Acree-I' .j the home for this meeting. Easter motif with decorations of
Waldo andMrs omitted or
Mrs. DeSha of Sequent
;' The, devotional was led by Mrs de- Women In Gainesville, and In an be Bdvertlned mid
the horn 'I IP candy eggs and chicks. Many York. held! hy the stilts
Milligan, of New
able manner told of the necessity .. highest hldder for rash ForLEGISLATURE
sting .j! Sparks who read parts of the 4th lightful games and contests were Mold to th 18296 of the
th"se wt!.;., and 26th chapters of Matthew. enjoyed by those present and the of spending one's leisure profitably John Powell delighted his listeners n 11137 H) provided"rta of by the Chapter nlnlature. \ upon
,ly homejjcbaracto Prayer was offered by Mrs. J. M little hostess received many pret- She gave a list of Interesting with a solo, "Roses ofPlcardy. the following" cIcBcrlhcd. real' estate
't (
things that and old do ." In the County of Bradford State
) young
Brownlee. .
;; ty gifts and remembrances.After I Flnrldn. to.wlt:
|afar too t 1l 11} The Pastorlum committee rendered the games, cake and Ice in their leisure time, among them Mrs. E. M. Davis president of liot 22 Town of I,..wt"V. East: of.
+ ? being scout work amateur theatri I the local organization conducted Hv Hcc. 23, 24, 25, 26 '1'5| 8 ItZ2
ported that a new fire screen and, cream were served with candy I B..
KIIof Impor, ,': =;fin oven for the oil stove had been Easter eggs and chicks for favors cals. and books. Mrs. Williamsonthen the business meeting, at which) Tho IHICCH, to hi nulil' arc iwldtmfdbv ,

,'* I ty! to put J1() purchased..M. I to the follo'vlpff4: Margnret Wehlc! Introduced Mrs. B. F- Ames time the nominating committee I "i>..,'lh..ly certificate; and Nod.represent 787 of IMS unpaid re- _r_ HE IS QUALIFIEDGIVE >
>.eratlong, ;: W. I- Wall treasurer of! Ovidu Thomas Freddie Wlmber- Girl Scout leader of Gainesville, presented the following names for I taxes for the years, 19.12:\ to JUS.

i along In I t I" i-ntli'( '' made a splendid reported ly, Elise Green Aleeta Green, Hazel who told of the importance of the officers of the ensuing year: both Nold IneliiKlve tint cprtlfloiitBM, amountln together to $$217.with HIM A CHANCECOMING
mant "f the finance of the circle show- Thomas Belly McRae, Edna scout work and showed how this president, Mrs. E. K. Perryman; nil M"I"'lupnl omitted, t"r l.t'vloilIIIXOH
Home Ing fine contributions made to the Mae Moaeley Colette and Arnlce work developed the girls mentally vice president, Mrs. W. B. Sewell; ( will at the IH Courthouse Hold tn the door highestbidder In

.:Florida : 00.000 dollar club for the year. Green Wand, Pearce Barbaraand und physically. corresponding secretary, Miss Eve- Kttirkf: i>n the lath day of April.
everal J'j" Aft"r sentence prayers the cirmetbodal 1'utsy Keen: Mary Alice Benson Mrs. o. H. Hoffman, also of lyn Stump; recording secretary Ills I nt I. II :-no o'clock A. 11f.IAttd .
thin the Uth tiny of April u -
: I I <'Ic .uljoiirned to meet with Mrs. Slim Barefoot Inez Cutshaw Gainesville, was next Introducedby Miss Madge Mhldloton; treasurer, 11131I1I"1'"I:! -
I. of the <" C' A Knight In May. Roberta Whllfleld Lorene Mon- Mrs Williamson Mrs Hoff- Mrs.\ H C. Ritch. These officers ( <'1AI.. !''I1t.' .\
t eBtabllsr,a s\ During the social hour the hos- Grief Marlon Herrington and Sharon man talked on amateur theatricals, were unanimously elected. A Clerk J. THOMAS of Circuit" Court of t
In the b: tosses served n delicious refreshment Hall. The little hostess was showing all of the steps in pro- Mrs. J. H. Benson's home room 1I"Ad,1 County, Florida.' -J

: recipes course to the sixteen members assisted by her mother, Mrs. L. S. '1 ducing a piny. In her talk Mrs. won the prize for having the most 4I511429.
H t> convenlrJf ,yl I present. Ituttocorrespc Hoffman brought out the necessity i parents present. i WTT TSTOCK
h ueewr ___ __ __ _,__ I n' cooperntlon and showed hnwplay I ----.-. ,- THF.\: !+l'ttY! IIEP.A11TMKNT., : lliilUllnirH;; Pruoiremont ORIGINAL. .&. ..A. ... ./A. '
Pnl ll
; i I IMvlxlon- > <
productions produced better :Mrs. Caldwell and Mrs. ltranehVnshington, D. C. April I''. i
er buHin citizens. I\Vard I 1938. Proposals! are horelw, Nollcltenfor
FUNERAL DIRECTOR Elected As Delegates 1.It... for a Federal' TlullilInK, ntStarke COMPANY
Miss RAchel the
Asa i Gregg formerly Florida' to he opened ptihllcIv :
ed onrt My !M'inv' Yours K\ix-rhMic: !SlnKi'H It Possible for :Me to RenderEFFICIENT. superintendent of the Demonstra- I At the regular meeting of the In the Office" of the 1'0..lll1""lf'I'll.
ntO'IIT amt ('()t;::TI.Ol'A $! KUMtK: lon School for Women at Tallahassee Ladles Auxiliary of the Presbyterian Htntlci" Florida, nt n o'clock A M,
lion eg*,? on April 25 11:11): for the mile, or
did ysr MOUEKATK!: PRICESbuelneas was also introduced to her Church Tuesday night at donation Jo tho United Stiiti of n I BIG TENT THEATRE

j HeWITT c. JONESStnrke. nudlence by Mrs. Williamson Miss ,I 18.00: o'clock Mrs. J. T. Caldwell lot conveniently lInpn..lon"-'nl'.r, 'located, loin Approximate 120- I

cil* will' r Florida I Gregg's topic was "Books and I and Mrs. C. F. Ward were elected foot frontage 170 foot depth. Interior j I MADISON ST. SHOW LOT
,' "inv nh i Muht nh. iia: Leisure! Time." Miss Gregg stated 1! as delegates to attend the Pros- lots 145 foot frontage" 170 footilopth.
and the _:>r.. ", ",", ,,,,,,,,,__ ,I Slues having" ,different street
tog mor ;, ? (hut reading is the source of Inner byterlal in Crescent City next fruntnin" fllmttnHlon' will he connldniid -
growth: It opens a new world for Tuesday. Mrs. O. E. Stansburyand ,provided I I the al'I.IH aiiproxlnmt -
,'!v thfnnie.. In all eases wherepnesihle
everyone! ; Miss Gregg emphasizedthe Mrs. M. 13 Hull were elected bids should be ttlbinltttMl, hv : 5 DAYS
need of developing a discriminating as alternates ai'tunl owners' of properties. and not i
hv agents Porumentary ,uvldcnc1
taste for literature and developing The meeting was held in the nf authority niiiBt he attached to
their a reading habit. home of the Rev. and Mrs. Caldwell opoBAlo, submitted by agents t'pon COMM. MONDAY APRIL 18TH

Hobbles was the next numberon ,I and Mrs. Caldwell employed ,
I the program and this subject the use of pink California poppies
f 8 8J'ing was ably discussed by Mrs Taylor I! and pink verbena In decorating for Flint Efficient Guaranteed COMPLETE CHANGE OF PROGRAM EACH NK.HT) ;

Inte- ,?, Belcher of Garrison on the this occasion. WorkMAYES
''": mationwhich Hudson New York. Mrs. Belcher Mrs. O. E. Stansbury presidentof
In a humorous and informal man- the auxiliary presided over the Monday Night
,\ p" Advertisement Paid For By Friends of Eugene S. Matthew .
+yl being ot ner told of the many hobbles that business meeting and Mrs. C. F.
-- might be taken up by everyone. Ward led the devotional. Mrs.Ward .
$ been glDing SERVICEWe
She also presented a SpiritualLife "SAINTLY HYPOCRITES ANDHONEST
AS NEAR TO YOU gave an "alphabet hobby
w dFLOWERS showing how each letter In the alphabet program, using as her theme CURE nick Radios

lion, an I AS YOUR TELEPHONE stood for some particular "If I Be His Disciple." 234 E. CALL, STREET SINNERS".10c
|--becauitter hobby. Mrs. Belcher was Introduced Mrs. Caldwell gave a talk on .
f'' Call 123-J to her listeners by Mrs. the origin and early growth of Good Reception at
Limitlily ALL ORDERS FILLED Canova. the Christian church. Mrs. H. H- REASONABLE Cost Children .25c Adults

mahj, ARTISTICALLY ECONOMICALLY: Y i Mrs. J. H. Benson, chairman of Young gave an Interesting and .1 1 I

'ben of,, PROMPTLY music, presented Mrs. W. A. Fischer Instructive talk on Korea. She

fully thffand who delighted her audience n
me MRS. L. G. POWELL, Starke with a group of solos "The Rosary =- -
t' "The Perfect Prayer" and
"Rock Me To Sleep In An Old
I Rocking Chair." Mrs Fischerwas

j MODERNIZE YOl'll COOKING 1 Mrs.Miss accompanied Canova.Jeane Lee, at of the Lake piano Butler by, FARMS For SALEThe

USE GREEN'S FUEL was. then Miss presented Lee rendered by Mrs.three Benson de-

?' t ODORLESS CLEAN INSTANTANEOUS lightful piano solos.

During the social hour the hostesses
1t' If you are not familiar \\lth thin. Wonderful -
New Gun, oAk one. of our many f utlHfie Mrs, O. L Beasley. Mrs. BY
E customer In Starke about it. H. B. McLendon Mrs. J W Kin-
l caid, Mrs. Archibald Johns Mrs.
DISTKIIU'TKl BY CLYDE CHAMBERLAIN Earl Searing, Miss Gertrude Heer-

GREEN'S FUEL CO.: GAINESVILLE, FLA. served lug and a Miss delicious Willie salad Mae course Hinson to, Federal Land Bank Of# Columbia

the members and guests of the
.I .
lr ,wim.> ,J.ICI@IIWpMtl' ',. i,iiiiiiiii,,,,,,,,'u" 1141""A1rIMIUIlAl0li, 'ii'Miiiimniimiiniiiuiitmiuiiiiniiuiiitniiini' /"" ,,, ,,,' '''initioiiuiiiiiiiiuitiuiiiiiiiiiiiuniiiimimiiiiit"I ''''' '''' 11116j club.
+------ .1\\' ,. ; : COLUMBIA S. C.

j j I I THE LITTLE FOLKS i Sunday School Class ,

Has Delightful PartyThe
For the next 15 days there are being offered at BARGAIN
;{ i LIKE TO "DRESS UP" TOO members of Mrs. W. A.

U Fischer's Sunday School class en- prices farms. These in size from 25 acres to 170 acres.
Joyed a delightful party Tuesday

4 OUTFIT THEM FOR I night at the home of Mr and Mrs. Located in Bradford, Alachua, Marion and Gilchrist
I \ T. T Long, when, the losing side '
,II EASTER JUST AS T4 I 1 I of the membership drive entertained counties. pto, ( \Ii

YOU DO YOURSELF the winners with an Informal
: I
supper Li. D. Vlnlng. president
s I of the class presented the Rev
LOVELY and Mra. Fischer with a hand- ONLY 1-5 CASH

some clock, a 26th wedding anniversary -

f LITTLE 1 fi present. .

\ DRESSES lllr+ 1... I hamburgers After an enjoyable and not dogs supper, cooked of BALANCE OVER A PERIOD OF YEARS 'WITH

.... In the outdoor fireplace, the guests
1\ 59c to $1.00IJI. played many novelty games on the -

SIZES ........ -. I lawn.Those present to enjoy the 'par s ONLY 5 PERCENT INTEREST

1 ; ty were; Mr and Mrs. L. D. Vin- I anqAFTER
h 1T014 J-tF&> ing the Rev and Mrs. W. A. I THE FIRST PAYMENT HAS BEEN MADE, THE BALANCE

I Fischer, :Mr. and, Mrs. J. P. War
ren, Judge and Mrs E. K. Perry-
NO FADE ALL SILK :i man, Mrs. H. B. McLendon, Miss

SHIRTS HOSE 4i' Mr.Madge and Mlddleton Mrs. N D.John Wiilnwright Powell,,' WHY PAY RENT WHEN YOU CAN OWN YOUR HOME

Jr., Miss Ruth Johnson, Mrs. Jean-

- -j AT NEW SHADES M; ette, Mr.KIncald and Mrs.Miss W.Lucille H. Hart Kennedy Mr- ON l THE SAME BASIS?

$1.59 and $1.95 A 59c VALUE and Mrs M. F. Brown, Mr and
Mrs. W. B. Sewell, Mr. and Mrs

e 4 I A. Gray. Mrs. Cornelia Long, Mrs. ,
Ip \ J 1M D P. Carpenter Mr. and Mrs. T-
r r T. Long Mr. and Mrs C. H Nas-

a I The Largest Stock of worthy, Miss Gertrude Heering. of For Immediate Sale At Big SacrificeTO
I\ ( Green Cove Springs, Mr. and Mrs.
; LadJra', Men's, Children's Sanford Ritch and Mr, and Mrs

Jim Ritch of the State Farm. SEE THESE PROPERTIES
SHOES --..


'S AT LOWEST PRICES f fII. The Woman's Missionary Soci-

ety of the Methodist Church will
meet Monday afternoon, at three-I S. McLENDON, R. W. BRYAN
thirty o'clock, at the church. De-
votional and business meeting.Mrs. 20 Rhode Ave., 318 E. Main St., South

W. A. Fischer, delegate to
r ALEXANDERj the annual1' meeting lIerdi tn' Talla- S*. Augustine, FJa. Gainesville, Fla.T .

{ nasser httt <<'eelt.nr give" echoed

: .F AND COMPANY from the meeting.
j \
Hickory la the heaviest of

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Mr. and Mrs. Randolph Boree, I ilTTL -STO.RIES--ABOUT STARKE I \OTUIor: %IM OF TCKH \\ I :NWi; ', 8<.i.. JS Tp. OH n.. 22 iI'? .
hn sold evlrlnredby ,
: "riFICAl'Kit The taxes to are"
of Jacksonville, were guests Sun- I 12on of '101.1 I: in-
day of Mrs. Boree's parents, Mr. ; WHEN IT WAS VERY YOUNG I NOTH'K 1 IS lit' HF.IIV IHVEN that speetlvely:1I\t.: represent: unpnldtlxle ; I : !
Pronle demons has filed with .
I for the 1932 10 11I38,
Bits ofONVEUNING and Mm Q II Bennett.Mr. ,, -- me wiltten l'U'I".ttl| that the isxrent I b.'h 1III'Iu..h.,. antoantIig' I" 12M.on. '
Irivul's "her, with nil >ubNiMjuent i '
101 reruiflratN pith
;lit fns together" ,
--- -- --- I unwed then laid a \ mated levied. I I''
By II. E. I.I.'PI'/r!: / he into blocks or taxes "II lIh"'I"" 111 ..nllI..d or 1.8I.d .
i I I II
and Mrs W. H. St ulh and When I he East Count LumberCo. cruHo-cul., saw by It. Pretty soon -.Id held...I,1 ,to(10\ tinnltrhot tin.Stall.. HdM-rtlHed hh Ides' fin. null and II..x.- will I,.. ""hI'" Ili. hlghstIdle "
Mr and Mrs. Elmo Struth spent ,. had a hardware store in !I a boy cume snooping/ along and, .ii..*, pi, ,>\ hit'd b\
Local ew 1 Tuesday In DeLand as guests of 'I Starke Its manager made a specialty seeing the opportunity ran and! I I: 'tin"' ". tilliulmt nits iiT tin..1..II.hl.II',ilin-il> iisil.e,iKtalein upon' I,, I'I'!' I','.,,':III,.,1 111111 Isl. t iii n'"k,,' 'nu, A.dy I M.of .tpl' ii. ;

I Mr. and Mm J, A. of fishing tackle, and ho ad- got another kid to help him with ',, the, 'iniiit\, of Itiuilfi.ld./ :State of "In' ",

OUK PEOPLE BUSINESS AND _.- -- Tatum ;i vertised this feature Industriously I the sawing The yard was soon I li.ildn. lo-nlt .1.-1.1. 11. io".II.1' t
< ( I Iin I the Telegraph. A South Florida full of youngsters taking turns l-i'l".' I. 2..I.! I lilt' :'T 'I 1"1111''li-_ .! .r TIIIMA: $' !I Ir
Friends of VV. E. Bryant will beglo.d ,\ildllliin, to MiuUIn I NI'Py of tech .I rlaml' ,.''tut' lOr I IIuadrul '
MCOUIESS( OF THE COUNTY AND TOWN i subscriber for the paper, on the I with the aiiw, and before the day ;.N\\"!, A fart nf w'', of Nllvi:. ,.d .I'uuuly., !
know that he Is able to be
to IV "r NK I: ru, .,. '. ..r '
.i strength of the "ads, sent an order ended the logwas converted into Ity a .r ;lla', I 1"-3'--29.' I
out after being seriously ill ut his ] I
to the store for a couple of blocks. The next day the merchant -
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home here for several weeks -
\ hellgrammites. A "hellgrammlte", left an nxe and a wedge I .
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Is a cruel looking bug. relished by handy and lo! The delighted kids '
of Plant City, waslulling John Seymour left this week to Mrs. C. E. Johns and Miss Cuth- TOBACCO GROWERS\
, H" Harvey, certain kinds of fish and lures resembling soon had the blocks split up.' :
?) friends here Tuesday. spend the summer months wjth\ erine Haynes have returned to I it ore made artificially.But .* .
J relatives In Montclair, N. J. their respective homes here after I i'
--- the hardware man had never .
I __ ___ spending several days In MiamI. Another canny merchant, whose
J Mrs r K, McClane, Jr.. is vls- ---- ---_. I before heard of any, and the writIng store was on the north side of Call \
this Mr. nnd Mrs H" A. Bishop and in the letter being bad, he took
| In Gainesville street" near the tracks, got a newfangled I
,datives Wednesday
Mrs. II. L. Brownlee left -
leek,ng daughters, Miss Mary Harriet and I for DeLand where she will I lit to mean "helldrivers," as the gasoline lamp for lightinghis Have you placed your HAIL INSURANCE? ,;. ,

Nina Saturday In Jackson- 1 mauls used in rail splitting were
spent store. One while
1 visit her brother-in-law and sister evening light You should have this protection by all means and '
culled. he had
ville. sometimes Now it the fell" down and the
ing lamp
Shepherd spent Wed- Col. and Mrs. J. E. Futch
Mrs L A Crescent City with rela .-- .- ._--- .._- I just' received a dozen mauls, made burning fluid rapidly spread over the cost is comparatively low.See .
1flIa, m out of slow-growing liveoak from j
( the floor to set the
Mrs. W. L. Joiner, of Dublin Miss Gloria Johns and Tommy threatening
lives in-law j here I Kingsley scrub, guaranteed to be 'building/: afire. A man rushed in, or call us today.HAROLD : : '
... Ga., Is the guest of her son Ritch, of Jacksonville were
Mr. and Mrs. L. D. : visiting Mr. and Mrs. T. as tough as Senator Norris, BO he quickly grabbed a scoop filled it
and daughter Sunday
H. L. Hough were 'I
Mrs. ("
MI, Ind Beach, Wed- Vining. J. Griffin and Mrs Carrie Ritch. sent the customer a couple of the I with flour from a barrel I and was .

,sitars to Daytona I heaviest ones, about In sprinkle It on the flamon.. I I _

Sl .'sJay 1-GOSS.YICO COKSKTS ant) corn \-when the proprietor-- -- cried---- -------.j out: '

Mrs. L. D. Vining returned home binutloim. Newest models oil ,ills- I In the long ago Lucian Powell "Oh don't use flour It Is too expensive C. WALL Agency :
L. A. Davis spent I
und Mrs several had sawmill the streetnorth
Mi Saturday after spending ST'l\U"S, a across : use coin meal from that I I Io ,,
'UCS ItV and Wednesday in Jack- days In Dublin, Ga., with her I' IIIIYIt of the Ice Factory In Starke barrel" !!" : All lines of dependable INSURANCEXOE3OI

, ""nv.III' mother. lie took orders for lightwood logs I
lI1nsfarjol'le:! Stump will arrive o I
---- from. such householders as preferred .
11 L. Silcox and Mrs. today from theVomlln's College fuel that Another time the same merchant |
their winter
\11/ Mrs. to gt ---- --- --
Col. and Mrs. DE.. Knight rat ': :
In to spend lo.- =
, mei. ujwls spent Monday in W. B. Sewell and Mrs II V. Mr. and Mrs/ way, doing the Hawing and split- was traveling on the train A -oaoOoGr
ter with parents "
' .1 I i k uvilh in Jack- ting themselves. A Call street drummer had given him a cigar

--- Knight spent Thursday F. F. Stump. merchant thus had a 35-foot log lie ntiked first one, then others for !! GRADUATION GIFTS .
sonville. ,
I'rrlUrht line of princess. slip --- ---- ---- hauled into the rear of his store ''n match, but could not bo acrommodutpd. I

slini In Htnrkc at ---------- Mr. and Mrs. E. L.- Matthews west of Walnut street. His mindwas : He then mumbled. "Con 'i
rf Mrs J. H. Lord left Tuesday of the :MONOGRAMMED STTIONAHY r
Annie Uicharde, '
STORE and Mrs. found It all! Now I'll have to use
fl MI"S will of tilt saving und m calculating i I
for Flint, Michigan, where !she
attended funeral services -
State Farm, '
turn nml he hud studied the nature one of my own matches Note I 'I
and other I II ,,19c .75C, $1.00
visit Miss Fanny Lord Callle Lkljon Ir.'. :
n I E Knight and Col. H. for Mrs. of the small boy So he cut An l he was not a Scotsman ,

.O Ongnt!: attended court in Mac- relatives. Jacksonville, Monday afternoon 1 I marks on the log where it should I either. ADRIENNE COMPACTS\ 11 ,
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[\\c ,n. Monday. ------- ------ -------- I CARL NOME\ COMPACTS\ "
Miss Mary Brownlee, of Tampa Col. and Mrs. A. Welles] Stump, l

., : Mrs A. 11. Hall spent spent the week-end here with her I of New York who have beer Their testimony, his message on mcnts of spring flowers added to i H1CHAHI HUDNUT COMPACTS Ii'
and beautiful the attractiveness of the rooms!
the "New Birth"
L. a
Mr. and Mrs. '. '
parents, weeks IE '
: few
Jacksonville spending, past KICHAIU HUDNUT TOILET WATEK
\ 'in attending! duet were very beneficial to all. In which the tables were placed ,
Brownlee. week-one: '
mutters. 1 1I Miami will spend Tho effort of the sponnoia of' I Mr. and bars L.. E. Prince announce :MANICURE SETS
with Mr. and Mrs F. F. Slump.
Mrs. T J. Griffin Is In Jack- those two spiritual "filling stations the birth of a son in their WRIST WATCHES j
\I d Mrs L. A. Gray andipont -- additional home April 0. They have named
Is to provide spiritual
nwhlle with her : "
sonville spending Invited Uii
Mrs R L. Kemp has CAMERAS ,
last week-end in
and Dr. and | food to those spoken of in him James KicKlln. I
ion-ln-law! I I
ola with relatives. W. C. T. 'U. meeting for Friday Math. 5:8.There BATH POWDER ,
liraC.. C. Mendoza. I at 3:30: P. M., and there will be
-- ---
I --.-- membersand lire people enough in WEEK-END: SETS ,
I! much of interest to the I
"ml 1 Mrs. H. L. Hough were Mil I I'14
A KEAL SPECIAL attend Starke and vicinity; to fill every] PERFUMES j "
Thursday of W. E. Hough friends of the cause, April mil I'i'NNOTIIU }
u A nor KAKGK FRAMED: Portrait piece of worship here at the mime is iimtmiY I\IN: Mwhom FOUNTAIN PENS<: ,r
in River. ing.! ., I t.h.-
n umily Crystal I II tniiv eononrn that I. tin- 1
und 3 Dandy Folder I'hotOH, ----- --- -- hour If the\ urge should 1 come to alto del HlHTItl'fl.. Mill nut )be I t-K|I""Klhll'rur GENUINE LEATHER h ILL FOLDS .
--- /
All for $3.00. Short Time Only.IIOtHEK Mrs. W. C. Kamerer, ol attend some service any debts made hv inv wife, ,
\11's lames Mitchell, of Lnke- Mr. and 1 I.nu .Iritirnuin, ur AlraI v..f. ..tlderflit I
BROS. STUDIO ----4FL1I. --- ---- -
; Philadelphia Penn., and Mrs M Ii, she having 1 left. my bed and
of Mr.
!'ino was a recent guest _. '
---- ---- -- bourd I
..and! Mrs Leon A. Gray. C. Sweeney and children of Hampton STATE FARMMr T..1. AT.DEnMAN: :I III.IIGO '

.- '-' Mrs. W B. Parks, Miss Kitty were guests Wednesday; aft : Krjunlil; tlli'lil, Cur. 4-1 LOOK IN OUR WINDOW AT THE DISPLAY OF t
Hogsed Miss Snokte Corpening, Alexander ---- ----
W. B. -
ernoon of Mr. and Mrs. 41.1:
and Miss Gayle Sewell spent Sat- Miss Wilma Alexander 0'1'11'.1: op a OP T\\ GRADUATION GIFTS OF ALL KINDS IrIi
A and Mrs. A. M. Rlcharde was hostess
CENT WORD urday in Jacksonville. ----- -.- at her home at the regular meet- VOTH'l-3. IS IIKHKMY: DIVICN that' ,
1C 1 T Ht-niifH ImM flied with
------ returned Monday ( -
Mrs. L. C. Ray Ing of her circle of the W. M. S. mo written r'MtieHt| thnt' thi* tnxHftiriinti
Mr and Mrs. F. W. Varnedoe, after spending ten days Ir <- >M toircther with nil sub.Narillellt -
COLUMN of the Baptist Church! of Starke
of Palatka, were guests Sunday Jacksonville with her son and | nmlttpil or levied. taxes CARPENTER'S"The ill I,
last Monday afternoon. Mrs. L. ,
'held by the ;lln' he 11.1\.11".1 and ;
of Varnedoe's parents, Mr.
IFOR) SALE- Porto-Rica sweet po- Mrs. daughter-in-law, the Rev. and A. Canova, the leader of the Circle, HoM to the hlKhext hlddet' fm cnhUN
and Mrs. W. P. Smith. G. and other 'i rovlili-, l liy Chuplcr 18204 of the. I
Laurie Ray
| ''ato draws, $1.23: per 1,000. Mrs. presided. 1 1117) iiilM, of I the Legislature, uponthe Rexall
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I>Gad K relatives. fullowlnir. doHc-rlhed real ijHtateIn Store"I
Stump. Fancher has returned
P D.
Mr. and Mrs. Buford G. Reams ----- the C'miixv of Krnilfmd. State' ofKlorliln. I '

j FIVEROO1bungalow, good condition of Winter Garden, will spend the Mrs.-R.--G.-Kldd, Sr., and grand- to her home here following. Savannah a VFb,, of. to-wlt Lot l 57: Wimfllnwn Se<- xocaoi oaor aomoc 'o :jT J t

Corner lot 100x108. well week-end here as guests of Mr. daughtr, Patricia Ann, will, leave visit with friendship{ <. 20 Tp" fi n. K. 12 K.. onlHlnlni --. -.- -- --- -----__ i '
ft A"I'''", more' or lesx.'rho ,
[located. Priced to sell. Wilson and Mrs. James Lewis. Saturday for their home In Rich Ga.Mr. tnxi'H 'in liri olil ale, l lilcii., i rthv .
j Realty Co. 4.15--3t -- ---_. .-- mond, Va., after spending some and DAs. L. O. Sheffield r"r 1 lfli-nt.. No. O 1 and 061 of I 'I
and Mrs. Robert' 1H2.1 und 1111 resectIVely t and rrunenl *-|>-
Mrs. Ethel G. Rabb of Mel rose, here with her son and laugh Mrs. R. C. Drew ,
time unpaid tune for 'the v"ar>-
FOR SALE--Flowers for every was a guest Tuesday of Misses ter-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Richard Kite attended" sessions of the meeting 1)22! to mix. both, ,Ini-liiflvi-. ninonnt

iccaslon' attractively arranged, Olive and Amelia Rey. Mrs. RabbIs of the Grand Chapter of the INK to tti.nt.
KlddBKMHNG. .M.s>: |.ji: of lot f>7 its Wnnilliiwn. -
ma reasonably priced. Mrs. N. D. Registrar of the Florida Divis- .- .- -- ----- Eastern State in Jacksonville during I WHI20 Tp. IV 4. n. '.2 1 HEAR ii

IWmnwright Phone 102 Starke ion United Daughters of the Con- HOSE in all new the past week. 1 M I..H.., mitlllllhiif. fi Acres', nuirtin,' '

n.. _. tf federacy. Mitring/ shades for Easter and lhl"Sweet With Mrs A M Rlcharde, the : 'rh,- tnxwM: to. I lip Mold mii" ,Id--n< ,idliv (
---- graduate" u1 president, In the chair, the Worn : IV| tlflrato NUM. 20H and U5H of -
girl I :
I 11(12(: n nil 111:13| : rpuppftlvi-lv. and iopKHinl ,
STEM: ("R.burs. an s Club held< its regular meet- unpaid' IIUPM fur the years

NAT SEZ: ----- ----- Ing In the club rooms Tuesday aft I'I'll INK: to to $18.20 ID.'IN: both' Intluxlvinin..lint, II .i.ij

i J. M, Brownlee spent Wednesday ernoon. Following the business" Hnlrt lux <.-...Ilrh-nt..i. 'toKctlici, with

Folks, If want to see big In DcLand as the guest other meeting little Doris Mopcilef Elizabeth all HiiuHftcinent omitted nr IevledI I
you; I a HUM will bB Hold to the highest
I daughter. Miss Martha( Brownlee Cox and Claude Johns Jr.,, bidder nt (ho <'i>,"rt'house door 'In enatorCANDIDATE Ii
Cy yet town stuff In a small town, take Hturkr the, :
2lllh of
student at Stetson University were presented, in an interesting on day AI'II. I
I'llH. at II :tlO oVlock A. M. I j
Into how windows
a pep our home( During the social hour .
She was accompanied program. nateil ihl thy !nth .h.v..t \pnl.. 'I
c\ \Ve ha\e really got the EaateeKhomt. ( by Miss Brownlee. who will spend gifts were presented to Mrs. F G. (I :1HOt'FK'lAI. KRAI.) I '\

An they nay In the movie, the Spring holidays here with her Mills. A salad course was served A J. TIIClMAH, I !II
by Mrs Holmes and Mrs. String- flork of lrrult Court of
it's stupendous colossal gigantic, parents.The H"ltdrorll l f ------ ------ fellow who were hostesses for the 4-15-81--29. :!
etc. I'm not mire whether I peU- .
Rev and Mrs. Homer

fOci those big words correctly, but Thompson, of Jacksonville, were and Mrs L. O. Sheffield At This Time Of The P1PPIIRAI

;you know what I mean-they're guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. I*. were guests of the Ocala Woman's

purty. A. Davis. The Rev. Mr. Thompson Club in that city Tuesday when Year Sea Food Is ,

who Is presiding elder of the Mr. Sheffield addressed the memo At Its Best I :

Jacksonville district, prehcted bers during a luncheon.Mr .
here Sunday morning at the Meth and Mrs J. E. Townsend '

Women's and Misses'DRESSES odist church and in the afternoon have as their guest, Mrs. Town- WE HAVE A LARGE

held.quarterly- conference.-- send's Wauchula.Mrs. mother. Mrs. Hendry, of VARIETY OF FISH FOR FULL TERM ,1 y}


Fine Folder Photo and 1 1 Keys is visiting Dr and Mrs. W.

k AN EXCLUSIVE GROUP AT Large Framed Portrait. All For E. Murphree. I' MAGNOLIAFISH IN U. S. SENATE

$3.0O. Come Right Now. The Farm Bridge Club met with I IIlilirMSii

HOOVER BROS. STUDIO Mrs. W. E. Murphree Thursday i MARKET ICR -

$1.98 to $2.98 afternoon. Upon the arrival of I ealaL'r y

Mrs. A. M. Darby, Mrs. Sinclair the guests dessert was served. I

Peek Mrs. R. A. Thomas, Mrs. T., After four progressions, prizes .

1.L UP TO $6.95 B, Harding Mrs. J. T. Guy, Mrs. were awarded. Tasteful arrangeI.KHK'X -

A. A. Jordan Mrs. L. A. Shep

herd, Mrs D. U Sllcox Mrs. H. U r HKPOIITstnrko.

Stunning New Boleros Brownlee, and S. E. Sparks attended -! Fla., March II\ 1918.Ropni I SPEAK
Divisional ,'I ut the <'I..rk) of the
j t Smart New Swing Models the Jacksonville In and for Bradford County
;; meeting of the Baptist Women's .Plurlfln.' un n.< "tint of taxes B.- I
B,,_.. ii I fin, the v. ar 1931.
'tom New Shirtwaist Dresses Missionary Union In High Springs A KNIUHT. Tax ,'olli-itnr,

t ; c Wednesday -- .. n..inn.,...I.wiolj tin"-. ProperT. $4.246.)9: Got a ;,
led 16."I' .1
I IIV Jinn-lint' all\' "
Smart new prints and other fabrics Children of the beginners class, 111.1 l.i n"'? .111' U,21I1S'
+ I Methodist Fin nod .. ...'.l1n..
of the rabbitsfoot
e '. in every wanted style for primary and Juniors ""I'.. I Rohuu. '." flip- II,32686
combine with Sunday School had Easter .1<"..Pint.,, ,.,,11'-. >I...1! 110H
a i' spring. Gay colors hunts and picnics the punt To HiilullKill"' -- $1,31617
<.unl, Hnnd und llrlilK
them the
fine fabrics to make week, each teacher entertaining To HiilniH"In' ''S.3tJ1.

Make class. The teachers are: liv amount ioll-l led, I __ 44 34 '
best buys for spring. your their To) valance dn.- ___ _15,263.15
Miss Kate Struth, Miss Dorothy Countyhool <*.nrMl
I selections now White Miss Amelia Ray, Mrs. To riaUuics duo ..__ 15,301.U in your I Ipocket
Fly amount c-ollf., ted .,...- $ 44 33 At 1:45 '
Pearl Simpson Miss Madge Whiglam To tlulancr due. _-._ $5,23.16 Lawtey : p.m. :
Miss Olive Ray, Mrs- E. K. Cnantr Poll ?
Mrs. W. B. Sewell. To rtulnnoe due __ v.__ 115400Fly
Perryman and amount colluded ._- I 100
BAGS To Unlam-a due ..._ .__ I 18300 ,
Total 11.1>.11..1 RB>lar '
MISSION HALL To Halation dim _.. 16,29884By
TABERNACLE amount collected 4485To Starke 3:00p.m.Wednesday:
50c, 69c, $1.00 ilalanu due I5.2i3.8tf If your home .
Total Kak-Mraool llonoVil
On Friday Bight there was. bet To valance due ______ ",023.89By
FOR EASTER of the Tabernacle amount collected $ 4903 U not insured ,
NEW HATS the third meeting To Halance due __ .. 13.973.81
work with Geo. F. Tibbltts AcrlmlCar, fire
$1.49 and $1.98 and his efficient co-workers giving To Balance due -_- i 286 37 .
collected I 2.21
Py i
of an evening of Gospel Pictures To Balance du. .-- $ 257,16Wlbw' you'd better carry
A Wonderful Selection entitled "A Trip Through Palestine. I' .. P..t..

SHOES $1.98 to $2.98It ." There were choruses solos, My To amount Balance collected due _-- I I 13219 1.11 a rabbit's foot I

and beautiful, instructive Gospel To Balance due __. .nn. 131,(I t
.... M.f..dro III every pocke'tI
J Picture and a splendid UD by Balance. due 13.111.21 I APRIL 20 1938

Pay to Buy atSTERNBERG'S Mr. TlbbltU. I By aawtuat eell.s-------- lei.4. I

On Tuesday night at the Mission To Head tali,sad. due HrHf _Iotrre.it_____ u.n..n..< Johns & Wainwright, I

the Rev. and Mrs. Geo. J, Schloss, ......... F..e)

1' Df Jacksonville were the messen- ro amount Balance collected due ____ ISH None...24By Starke, Fla.

I ftn for the Bible study hour r e Balance due _?_ 18,441 14

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AGE SI) ':' BROOKERMiit I HEARING ON POTATOES Eighth Senatorial i libl/1>| f/), -

FARMERS SECTION Vern Galney, Correspondent 'the GAINESVILLE l State: Agricultural Officials Extension of servers ever been said elected no othi..i'. ri 11'11, 'he*
I LIVE STATE NEWS 1 s.. ,..1',,,'',
; Service li'e urging Florida potato terms In this State, ::1\\"
Mr. and Mrs E. S. Galney and call- ('oi.u.( .
to attend the hearing I" )
NOTES OF INTEREST TO BRADFORD GROWERS Misses Anna. Ruth and Mary FLORIDA PACTS IX SHOUT PARAGRAPHS growers since the adoption Of tintutlou ,' (' .'
id early next week by the Agri- ""
and no ''
.. Louise Gainey were visiting here _ n) ier sunt(' '1,., ?
i-iiluual Adjustment ev ron.\(;(-o KIJTK ]MOLD Sunday as the guests of his broth- I LAKK BUTlER BOY IRONS INDIAN MOUNDS\ ,, to consider a proposed continuing In the entire St..I United to, ami ,II, ", "Hh b)
ers, L. R. and II P Qnlney. sti, ,
I ICOt' ,KI'KAV. WIDKt.V TRSTKI) LAKE BUTLER Wallace Pries- CLEARW A TJIR.- -Approval has market agicement: and or- elected four ,hit
cons >
Hints To Housewives IN:\ S'T.\TK I'LA.VT I.EDS Mr. and. Mrs. R.. W. Brunnen of ( ('IIII\'I'* ,II", ,. ,
ter, 33. was drowned In Luke been given by the County Commission !er to regulate the handling four years each vuu h"lll,,,,,, (
I I -- I I and daughter, Pauline, of Lake I '. when a rowboat capsized. to an archaeology project for Irish potatoes' !! In designated areas tlon. 81

Weekly from Home cnionHtrn- OAJNESVILLE. Florida tobacco -, Butler spent Sunday here with Three companions reached shore. which $30.000 has been providedby of thliteen early and intermediate

I lion Specl.illst. TIIIJohlllllll',. growers had ample opportunity Mr. and Mrs. R B. Raulerson. I The body wan recovered. the government for exploring potato producing states. The hear. --.. -..

to test the red copper oxida-cot- A. B. Fouler, of Pnliitka was I _a.r.frfl>| _A- --_ Indian mounds In the vicinity of ing will be held at the courthousein I ''''I'I It'll, nf, HM-|;: ,,, 1S"J"F1I \
By ,
HOW TO t'SK EGOS: : tonnecd oil spr-iy'' for blue mold business hero Mon- 4 I'll: Uric* Us'
j i transacting DOES : St. Petersburg. The County Commissioners Palutkii. April 19, Extension of- is HKinin; : ,
1OME ft Eggs one of the most ) control this season and most of day. RIG BUSINESS have appropriated $6,. flclula have' been notified] "lOiiKenc Humor, I Int,, rn," 'I|i 1\1 ,:
foods thnt have I those who Used It are pleased with I visiting KEY WEST.-The new overseas II wl'IIt I,'I" IPtli'NI' | I"hit,,"| ,|I", I ;
may nutl'ltlOU"j' W. C. Mott, of Hague, was I 433.80, as Plnellua County's share --.- -- ..ltl.... tOtfClhCI,' Will \, f
this Island ) .1'1]i ioiullUil
I highway linking city
FOR scores of different ways. results, says Dr. W. B TUdale.Dliuit : his sister. Mlns Mary Mott, for the (display of Florida National >YA SCHOOL; OPBNH!I "I' levlnl tux. i I", ., "' I

na Mile Kikes nutritionist -pathologist- with the University I here Sunday.Mr. .with...-..__the_._. _.mainland.._.__ .__ did SI__.a..boomingLIUBl.lt.a .__1_ __.t Exhibition. Inc.. at the New" WEST PALM BEACH.--Caml) I I state t.l.rh.-' .!h"* h..1.1 nh''I1.\.,.'. ..... ..."..,,.,I .''I.,' ,' '' ",,' ,
Agree State Agricultural Extension Service of Floi'Ida Agricultural Experiment and Mis.. Earl Green were UUllIlg lilt? lljak wm-rv-dlw I York World's Fair.DUVAL : Roosevelt near Ocnla which served l>v:-"I'hHiHor; ;' I :' I88.MI: t ;,;;f:":n: :' ,': .1 i;
since Its
points out. Station who directed a con- visiting Mr. and Mrs. Pete Cason completion. Toll-gate for nf the l.l'R-lnlatui" iii|'"i, ,| ..
4, tb bone figures showed 1,850 automobiles ---- originally as headquarters Inic.. iI..s'itt.cI rout -i,, ,'
trol campaign throughout the tobacco ,i
with the first meal of at LaCrosse Monday night. ( p
Beginning canal and ivniiilv or '
a.ting I cross-state operations, Urndfiiicl, "si'i.'oJ,
5,050 used the ..
______ belt during plant bed season. to that .1. R. carrying passengers COUNTY FAIRJACKSONVILLEFinal kIt, I to-wlt- : J' ,
__ We
tffose! wljIjr __ the day Miss Kikes lists the following are glad report was later taken over by the University -
Ht'K. 40 ft .
highway. R < f :-I\\ i .
mold In
However blue was late plansare "
home ways In which eggs maybe Mott who has been In the StaikeHospital I of Florida for seminar andshort lOr NW'"r Wl.l', or M 1 i.;' I
cbaracte % used for breakfast: 80tt..r becoming: general, throughout the for the past few days Is --- ----- now being made- for the openIng course work In Adult Education U. 50 ft. H 10S ft. \\ .,? fl.', v.J..I:J ,,:
belt: this and most of the fifth annual Duval County ri. t I" 11"8H.... 2. ",' ,, _
year growers at his home here. TRIPLE t'ISTUI'LETSTALLAIIASSEE. "? "
fried now Improving .
far too f hardcooked, pouched, I tJ only to be closed when 22 i oJ. ''
I Ideredtif scrambled omelet, or in quick hud ample beds so that tho tils- O. E. McGauley, representative Triple quintuplets -I' Fair here on April 16. Some 8hol" of funds necessitated Its H'he tax<*H to lio sulit! II'i i

Impor1cy breads. ease did not result In a shortag" for the Rainbow Oil Company In were born Sunday morn- of tile highlights of the big 8-day age hv' leillflcntpH I Noh. ::!'i., .,, ,i, i :
discontinuance, is to be re-opened. mil: I anil, 1 ,
I 15:13:!: I-UKPU." "t tii 1 i
of plants even on unsprayed beds. Alachun and Bradford Counties, to Dor- exposition will be the agricultural 1"J"
tag Negro dolt owned by ,
to pu< Eggs/ are a handy anJ tasty a : Federal approval has been grantedfor rcmtnt tnx R for t thi \ .ns ,
(rations, food for dinner in croquettes, tlnibalefl. he says. He adds that a repent Inspection states that he Is incurring no difficulty -''Ii! Poole at 432 St. Francis street. I I displays!!! livestock including the the establishment of an NYA $I'K.in.oi lldlh IlK-lllNlv-. ??l,. ?I, '
trip showed that blue in spcurlng lenses on Teal All fifteen members of the extraordinarily cattle swine and dairy cows' a forestry ..
along in- !-IlLhl l tax rcrtlfli ,...
souffles puddings cnkes ,, school at Roosevelt. with '
( _________ an "
.-o'il: infcctli n hiid; ( gained a foot.i bulldog exhibition a d'splay! by the all NUlHiiiM'lit .
ed mam ., estate for a geological survey todetermine large litter have | (>mitl I I<',1) t ,
take and initial authorized
( icing < guinishlngs enrollment of
i I hold' i IT practically nil sprayed j the of oil and German blood. at State Marketing Bureau, a wildlife I IMM-M Will l lie> NOI| 1 I I.. I'h.), _
: Home .' housewife may use them in I presence gliB ISO students-boys and girls from likliloi'. nl Ilic ,iViin. i hi n_. i
[ beds as well ill the un.'prnj'cd.' j jTittten and sulphur in this section of the least the owner reported. conservation exhibit, arts and Xtnrkt' on thf/ 2-nii!,,,' dm, .
Florida in the for or all sections!! of the state. The
way1 supper enI'ollml'nt b ,.
crafts In the J I'i" is. at II mi( ) ,
.,..,_.ri 4 '.,. n'AJ ttflal5 Iht-m creHmed! ontlon I I .'"nca"" 20 and CVuru-; stute. If this' survey Is positive --- .--- __-' .. ..,___.__ "women's' department" I 14, tn ha inrrpiinerl M.X "n.npsib'I I 1'lLft'd I I 11,1.: I JI"n'"I.I .! /(,|,,,! >.1 I .M!
I/"I'Y 21 right ,representatives of the I the sinking of oil wells In this section uiiu ii nuwer DHOW. PI!':ISlOKKK'I.U..
methodS : ; -t-;
:' '"
\ i Inked ux sandwich/ filler In .H:KOU SLI'MlEltSTALLAHASSEEThe: !l idly as until a of 400 ( -II' ,
of) the )h '//I.'R and salad dresSingS, / or in .Stn to Plant lioaid. Experiment will soon be underway. 'I SupremeCourt -- --.---- Is reached. Each student t will receive ,\.r! 'I'IKlMClt.lk \I.I) II .'

t f ; ,ibnation with Station, und Agricultural Extension T. B. Pinholster and S. M\ Matt AID TRAVEL<: INCREASES Of "'Ir1t'n'Itnt.d "
.labllst 1 i < ; vegetables I ruled defense counsel would I I : approximately' $30 of which ,',. .
Service gave spraying demonstrations I were transuding business In Jacksonville u"I J JXalf22. ,
In the h ;ir' in cookery, Miss Sikes points I have to how a sleeping Juror miss MIAMI- The season Just closing -I two thirds will apply on living (- .
recipes in 20 counties permit- Tuesday. ed in order to marked nn Increase of more, posts and
i it. CKKS/ \ may bo used] as a thickening I pertinent testimony expenses.
ting to have I Mr und l Mrs. D. L. Harris I -'-'- -
an spent
every grower
opportunity than
convenlE Invalidate minder! conviction. 1 i I i 4.0CO passengers in air traffic .
______ urgent: in custards, sauces a --- --- ---- --
\ bousewl'' ____ to attend one or more Saturday night In Jacksonville. to and from, BODY ODOR
and soups as a leavening agent in I "We have no citation of author Miami and brokeall HODGES) RENOMINATED JJSPEH-ElJ: {: |: )
of the demonHtiatlons .
campaign -- -- .9------
correspc". omelets, souffles and sponge ity.1 wrote Justice Roy H. Chap former records. The first quarter TALLAHASSEE. When the i DM you know Ih 1'I/ > ,

er busln:' C "k..", us a coating agent fOI' a from headquarters wits directed in by Dr.Live Tisdale | SUNNY BROOK FARM man "showing that it was reversible of this year Jumped the volume I deadline passed! last Thursday for I rid of body odor qulc 1.1)I.. i,' 'I\

As a I _ "risp crust for frying cutlets and and the meetings were Oak |I: :Kru. P. It. Crosbj t'orresijiondeiit! error for a Juror to go to sleep of people arriving or departing byj< the qualIficatIon of candidates for 1 Ing yourself with //I bit t <.' .', "

edonC1 i ,roqiiettes us a binder to hold arranged by tlui/'ing the progress of a trial" air here to 3.1.011: un Increase" cl Stale Senator another precedentwas I Solution? It Itllls ""I'no: i '

a&'J JI:, ..,tin-1' ingredient) together, and to county Practically agents.ull early outbreaks I Mrs\ J. R. Kelly and baby Kathryn ----.- -- I 15 percent over the same period of I shattered in Leon County bytho Ute skin and lulus ,i\\ 'I.1

did syet ; improve texture of frozen mlx- spent last Thursday In Lake I a year ago according to a joint! nomination of Senator William ing body odoia_ Buy ;Ml .1.'

business' tuies to clarify broth to serve" us of blue mold the! occurred sites in beds Cutler with Mrs.\ Kelly's parents, TALLAHASSEE MUST STAND.- The TKIAL state -! FPDort Issued hv.V rilvlsinn-.. .___._ (..viifrin._u._ C.-. -J--...",. .vo f._ ...t..g.. .. I "no.'UI' "V".n_. In_, <.L no , planted on of Infected supreme
ells will _______ nn emulsifying agent in salad I Mr and Mrs. A. L Driggers. managers T. P. Culdwell of Ens- live term: without MI 31 Solution is ,
beds of the preceding Dr. court ordered Mayor Rob J I I
and th&.1 dressing!, and to garnish siilmlg. year j Randolph Crosby who tins spent tern Air Lines and Herbert C. of the five terms he .vOVUO""U'I satisfy ,
., Tlsilale< rtpoitn. With favorable ert Williams of Miami to stand .. you. C.HI IlL II' 1 '1
lag mor .t _ vegetables; IInd some kinds offish the last eighteen months in CCC Dobbs., Jr.. of the Pun American InaUd for I :Stom; In Stance; .
wf'l1lhe I however Infection I trial on a charge of attempting to
of their I _ soon camps in Tennessee and Oregon i sY8tem.I .-- .
becomes widespread even on new extort $250,000 from the Florida I _______ ___ -- ----- -
resource '! Properly cooked eggs Miss returned last Saturday to spend> a '
I berta he Power and Light Co. The
s.iys. Justices I
ment an) Sikes says are cooked at low temperatures whllo With his parent! Mr. and HOSIERY: SALESMAN LSE
In addition to demonstrating thu unanimously icfuscd to free Williams -
'* 1 i.I i.--
Lion Wit: : and they are delicately application of oxide Mrs. C. C. Crosby.G. through habeas TALLAHASSEE.R. A. Elrod IkASLL/S SEKVICb STAiii1IJY :
coprous -
corpus proceedings
', been de tender, while Improperly cooked M.\ Bennett spent the weekend lost in the Supreme Court tod.iyi
the corps of workers also from an li.Jlctme.nt accusing -
., The h'/| eggs ai,'< cooked over high temper- the use of benzol vapor spray.// : In Thereaso, visiting his son- him of demanding a bilbc ,i I his attempt to collect damages because OUR' SI.UV1CK ANI> BE CONVINCED

;; presentiwoznan I;. atures and are tough. When cooking in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs.C. lie was arrested In Daytona
/ fumigation after the disease has ------ ---- I
!\ <' eggs In the shell: put them into Sullivan. Beach for selling hosiery from ATLAS
: made its appearance in a commun I
; boiling water i
.Bglnte! and turn off the heat Miss Belle | house to house. Elrod claimed
Audrey Phillips returned -
ity. They explained that the .
[;:);"m tlon or turn It so low that the water" must be applied, as soon to her home in New River TAMPA -Co-eds In the home'! damages from, the city because he TIKES BATTERIES TUBES
economics class of the I
7-$ Dimmers University
which )p:: i does not boll. This plants have set leaves and spray// Saturday, after spending a while spent six hours in Jail :March 11,
method is also of Tampa are testing the nutrition Tire Viieomlitloniilly (irnnteed for I lear
} being oil good( for poaching peated twice weekly until here with Miss Nona Brown. 1935: charged under a city ordinance Hiid 18 Month.- I

been glj !;! eggs. To fry eggs HO they will be r.lnti o.... ....t I.., .t... "I.t n__ Miv and Mrs. C. Sullivan.____ ___. of__ _value_'u .of. .their... .. ..cooking on .white_ I prohibiting canvassers in STANDARD OIL PRODUCTS I
fnlng- -f.jjw ifnuer. sup mem into a warm fry- xnl;; -fumigation," 1 however; 7'ca'';--"be Theressu spent a while.u. last Sun I mice leeuing Lnem a particular i i the residential districts. He said : \SIIISU-I'OI.lSIlIXO-W.\XIXGOUE.SIX II I
and the
Ing whjch 1 .menu checking weight of I 0
pan contain
conservjktlon a llltl fat, the ordinance
lined* on )bedl; not previously treated day afternon with Mr\ ond Mrs.Floyd the mice. was unconstitution
anW 'al1e suggests/ Yesterday one mouse al. The Circuit Court theclty's Call 60
upheld For
becau __ and) after thd diseaSe la known CI'osby.Quite lost weight and the student's grade Service :
-- ------- I claim it could
n not be
crowd attended the made
| to be in the political
community. dropped. Today the same student]
better :fj _ speaking in New River lastl"I'lday Is she liable for damages even If the ordinance h t Euny Pajnicnt IMan On Tires and Batteries I It
sine flunkei) the course--
night. was invalid The SupremeCOliI'I L\t'Y: C'ON\\AV, I'I.OIUD.IOTOIt: LINES AGENT:
ily II WOMAN: SEEKS OFFICE because the mouse/ died. t I

b 'r ST PETERSBURG.. Pinellaa H M. Tlllman, of Jacksonville .-- --- -of filmed- this ruling. y.I ..--.-.--'-.--,-,-------.-.---.-.- -:>,

T 1 County bus a woman candidate for filled his regular appointment last ilEA REGISTRATION -- -

Don't Neglect) Them J rNalur. the legislature first ever to an- Sunday at Corinth Church. He ACKSONVILLE-DuvIII Coun-

t-_ dmlm th* kldnay to des nounce here. Mrs. Pauline M was accompanied by Bro. Carter .
ty registration reaching new highs .' .. .
tnarveloua Job.;, ..'::r-.kdr: to ka |9 tba of Russell Church, who renderedthe { t.'s.
flowlnit blood .,, axeaaa of Polly) Hose yesterday qualified this: year baa already passed! the

i; to AM/-, .!'ie impurltlva.!t. eonalanlly' it,. .ct produnlnf of living.-.Vf/a... Ut candidate In Group 1, !, Sunday night servIce 45,000 mark. Emory H Price, supervisor -

mIr In. kilnpv.': mu t reraov* Iron ,nV./ D. Outmun, present oppos-I Miss Lucille Thomas and Miss of registration, announcedyestel'dllY

Ibo When blood th If. kldntyi Hood hrnlth lull to(I.(to unction(ndura. .1 i .1 i i !live from this end of the Netta Kelly were shopping In that the first week the

N. .. 1 intended, (Ih.r U nitontlon u o] unity.. Florida has had I Starlce Saturday afternoon.
only one books had been opened In his
r fl wait trMiu. On Ihit* may nay' auffor caul nauilng* body-wd barkaeh'! dLi.' !jwnin.m: In the State Legislature, Hubert Kelly;: of Plant City, is Courthouse offices after a monthIn

per.iilent h... arh.,aU-uU ol dlxilnM. and that was I spending a while here with lela-
..IlI"1 up[ n'Khla walling, pumnaM many years ago. the 67 precincts saw 2723 men
under tha *y -//rl tired, oorvoua, ail Mi 4 Uosu says she hopes to be the > tI vesChest..I' and women register to bring the
worn out.
ti ... aeanty or.. ru I 1 second' woman to serve. I Il Moody and Gug Parrlsh total past the 45,000 maik.UIIISKRY .
"ay ba urlhir avldgnc* ;UdI .-- were visiting friends here Sun
ot --- ----- -- .
blaitdar -- ,,
illnurbanF .
>,. Mult .
day afternoon. 4f. wt4,
la Tb. ronnIop4:: : and. .prop.r tMatmaal a' p"IlA( llMtMOItto DEALERS WIN
a dlurotlo madlclna I to tha kldnvy I ,, Mr. and Mrs. Ralford Brown and
; 1 1'1 1 I I I) mlnui.i I I |ITCH I I U''ltlmcllt.' I
yvt I)..rid Uoan-l of slots"'Ui.*.piilaonoua Tb.)' hav.body hod w&.t.. 011 I.\. I.'.\IF. .ipplli iiilon nuKKHary. children of Plant City, were visIting TALLAHASSEE. --Florida liquor -
thin forty '."". more I v: > .I." < .Itt'. .N" .ntcMH' Nu./ offonfllve stores won their court fightto
) "
t ; PUO O approval. ir* i the foimer's mother, Mrs.
I ndoraad lha country ov.r. 1.....' ii avoid payment of the gross reCeipts %
ti .
Dog* Sold at all drur atorM \ i folI'Ml floihlnjt/ or bid" llu""8. Aria Brown, Sunday. 1
\ turn* I Itittt from arhuol.Ak ), tax In addition to their beverage -
I uliuut L>.. I Miss Nona Brown and Mlbs Ulta .. .
yiutts ,
license and taxes!!! The Supreme -
; ." 1 ..
iTYiiri I 'llphur Hotip. Kelly] were visiting in Lake Butler _= .
Uel'mlChlIlJO' .o
\t t iriMMl' d l rill HttiifH" ( Court held the Legislature -
('.MII'IIMI.IfM; IllS t.j (. : Saturday night. -" 4 ::.: -W
... levied! eallonage taxes and licenses .-s.felt'".....'; ? ; '
1:1 -- "as heavy as the traffic would .. t. bwJ.1; ..,.. wt'-! .. ; :;:, ',; :-, .
I ZIFF bear. and did not Intend for the .. .
: liii. ,* Juts Ma* Lvvtln. Cnrrcupnkitei't 'I
State also to collect the regular '

Services were conducted at Dea- store taxes. ,

ton Church, last Saturday and --- .

TL1 Sunday by the pastor. Rev. C. A. HARDER FOR LAWYERS!l I

Crosby of Brooker. TALLAIIASSEE.-The Supreme

Miss Huzel Thomas and Miss Court formally put Into effect to-

Marzle Howard attended the party day new restrictions on admissionto

given in Water Oak section Friday the practice of law In Florldo. I j jI jI ,

+c (i.-...1,1 Pulltlral Ah..rtl..n night. Applicants for the bar examina| _____
k __ _.- O. and Johnnie Lewis, Neal tlons held three times yearly now

-- Cozark Fred Show, Arch Mann, will be required to show they have'I __

___ ; KEY-McCABE FUNERAL HOME Clarence Waters and Doris Mann studied six major branches of law!

., and Buddie Stokes attended the listed in the order. They must WE were pretty sure we had a great car actually outselling one of the Big Three of

__ .. d I MltS. I... (I McCABE, Lady Attendant dance at Fairbanks Saturday have been graduated from high some months ago we checked the the lowest-priced field.

:.; JACKSONVILLE.: M-A. ST. AUGUSTINE, FL"",. night. All reported a nice time. school and be able to certify they final blueprints on the 1938 Buick.

l 43V.. Church-Phone S-1538 SO St. Oeorge Phone 27 Mrs. J. B. Thomas Fred Shaw have studied three years In an office It's still going ahead-not car Number Seven
and Miss Hazel Thomas were visiting under directed instruction or It had the new and mighty DYNAFLASII
enor Eight as one might expect by its price-
Mrs. E. J. Lewis Sunday. have attended an accredited Jaw gine for sparkling action-the
sensationally class but one of the season's Four Best
Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lewis and school. desirable

_ ; UNITED LIFE INSURANCE CO. sons L. O. and Johnnie and .. TOKQUE-FRBB SPRINGING for a Sellers I

daughter, Lula Mae attended SAFE LOOTED I lullaby of a ride.

.j ; L. C. McCABE, PrrHldent, Jacksonville, FlaP church at New Hope Sunday and OCALA.-L. T. Izlar, Marlon There is only one explanation of such a
1 Looking ahead in that
were dinner guests of Mr. and County motor vehicle tag agent, promising day, we record when made by a car in the thousand-

t I Industrial Life Insurance Mrs Dave Shaw. said about $1,200 was taken from figured we had! every chance of getting our dollar bracket.

------ ; f G. L. H.M'P Representative George! Baxter of Brooker was his office safe while he was attending sales share by reason of what this: car gave

visiting in our section civic club luncheon. His Such a car is so Rood-has of value
.. __ _ _ Sunday. a the buyer for his money. : so much
-- --- ---
3 W. Padgett was atendlng to stenographer, Mrs. Edna Steele in it-people just won't do without it !

business iu Starke Friday. said a man giving the name of Now, when times are sterner, i it !

v; tk : Jtie Point of Viewsometimes ( i ( ..; --- -.-- Hendricks telephoned he had an I built better than we knew-we've appears got a car we They buy it not only in preference to other

\t 1 Q t KESOLUTIONWHEREAS insurance policy which Izlar should folks just won't do without! cars-they buy in preference to writing! ,i"..I''

r The Almighty God have Immediately and asked her to I easier times and readier to-Spill",,'

;S: In His Infinite vvHdom: has seen fit come to R nearby store to get It. This greet new Buick was first introduced money-

71ie WIFE { .. [ to take from our midst our esteemed ; She declared she found no one at to the public lust fall. Through September! That's the convincing sort (',f car }" HI' L

i I c Ct. chairman W. E. Torode, the store yhcj had any papers for \ October! about drive when first t take the whiolH
t. I'i't4i' you :
November it bold
.. Izlar. IzRir said he believed the In steadily in-
t._ I condemns! ff:j jr.F .. .< .. und whereua his presence counsel, of Q J9J8 Dui.k.:
safe irvcsing volume.
s' wn-H looted during the few
and guidance will be greatly miss
; the husband for creatIng I( I ,-i ,!:
minutes bin secretary out of
ed this
Board of ]
by Trustees, andWhereas haven't
an adequate insur J j jj I I .7 i I this baa the office. In a period when snles of other cars were you yet handled anewfluick, jou
county sustained -
L Estate i : a great loss In the passing went ahead, in one monthRegister ought to-just to see what such a car is like?
of our beloved comrade and coworker copy of thla resolution be presented ;;

tri; .7he.n ttalways a lost which will be felt to the family of the deceased, n'

WIDOW more and more aa the years go by that a copy be spread upon the ItIJt&Mt

and minutes of this Board, and a
copy ,
.rli I praises the \ : I Whereas, thla Board la deeply be furnished the local press. # Di W'Ae

sympathetic with the family of Read and adopted in regular ,
wisdom of the l.llsband 1 "l;I. our deceased friend. session of the Board of Bond .if 41

I whose memory lives t Now therefore, be it resolved Trustees of Bradford County, .. .

: through Monthly Income \ I that this Board Is deeply touched Florida, this 4th day of April, A. -..---.-.--- A CfNMAi MOTORS' VAIUI
J. (11. by the loss that has been caused: D. 1938. -- -- -. u__... ..._._. ..
: ,
.{ t by tbd untimely passing of our H, P. Gainey,

: former Chairman and, W. L. Wall, Motor

I Be It further resolved! that we I* J. Wynn. Co.

extend this family our sincere Members Board of Bond True-

; ________________ sympathy in their great loss and tees, Bradford County, Fla. Corner Walnut & Madison STARKE FLORIDA
i1i sorrow, and Attest: ,

; Be it further resolved that aJjrT C A. Futcb, Secretary. WANT

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PAPERS PRAISEMATTHEWS I I gentleman to have been honored I by, ,.,-''Jfl. itt- Ni>. Inn and S70 of Iii! ::7 UI-IH' of I the OnlHlHtiire, upon '.
'I I risi iind. I I 1131: 7 r....|.ectlvoly 7 I and reprcHent I tin- ll.uiiiic, den. rlhed n-al vitiate '
AYA K OXFORD1 whose posterior bears taxes for the yearn tt27! In, the County nf itritdford Htatof I:,
; JONES such a striking resemblance to my to 1938 both InctuBlve. amountingif Klorlrtn to-wlt: \ I '
BOB I t 4.iii. S'-l of "SWof, NKVi' of 8W14 A, 1 '
1 E. S. Matthews of Starkv, candtiiatc own ? Said tax ,.....0'1<'-11''.... ton-ether with 1-1".22 Tp II H K. 2! K con- ,!.i I '", ,
Th tin On HereHereafter I I bJI4ALSEY RAINES Lee nil t uli-'Mlli'lit. ,oinl'ted. in-.. T.evledlaxeH t 'ililinlr, S Acrex morB lean. I 1 !
"I don know his :
onlner for iv-election us a memberof .- I name I \\'11h"/ Hold to th. blithest The taxes to be ;Mold "o evidencedby : ,; ;:

: the Florida nulli-nad Commission ,&&e .""' 'k }., .!: :l 1f.-.A' :f'fi.. n. I. replied, "but when I catch I "'.1'1' ,r in, the Ciiiirthouiie door In I cerUdcutu No. 3!>0( and *1037 or1I32 f',' I, '
And '\ ', him ." SfirUe. MM,, t tinKith I, I .11I\.t April I and IHM:t rnKie< Ilv.1111,1, r"I pi i ,I
l io: receiving favorable comment \.,, ", /0 : ';;,-\/o/, "" t.tctrrlfI.: / I 11hy..1 tins, nt I 11.-no I : ) o'clock A. M. I i ..,',,1 11,1)'''III ta.H I'".r fluvnra "I I I '
I from newspapers In all purls 1 := '::;;P '"E"; P1<"TU'" "Ary further outbreak" the I Intid,t tiltS the 2Hth' lIlt)' of March I pill:' in, l"nv Imih, liicliixiM., uimiuiitMaid "

I ,recent evangelistic of the slate Commenting upon his I r- I Dean said warningly "and you 1038. IIIIf too $4Z.ZI I,.''tf,
] I '
of San Franwriter lltKFH'IAt.' BRAI.l: tax rrrliricatcH tg'I her with > :
Ur'n, tne city cundlducy. The Tampa Tribune WHAT HAH HAPPENED: most welcome," he Intoned. will be sent down. Now you\ may A. J. TIIOM.I4.I nil HiibnoiiK-nt| omlttod/ "r levied j'' ,
.mpIigTl" spent most of a Clerk of Circuit Court of will l Nokl to the highestblcKlvr ) II
and iax H >e
sir I
ihi says: I !SO FAR: it. Lee crushed the return to your room compose
( Gripping
,II"" at the largeI" | tlrndford County Florida. lit the CoiirthoitHa. door In 'f' I'' r
] '? woods 'looking a "Reports lire that the candidacyof I Lt-" !Sheridan, chiiniploii KutiHIIH hand( so that the joints cracked.| a letter of apology-In English -I 4-l-3t-4-lH. Sturke on. Ilio: Ifith day of April. \' ; :
) the roadside was lH.'iH: lit I II 'Oil' oVIiii-K, A M.
c !\\tear lived over Eugene S. Matthews for reelection -I athlete. goes to Oxford to The "Dean" whose name was If possible. litH'd I till* IhB 2ll h liny of Mil' I...),. '" '
which 'PI".U"'I'IO'FOil/
'I: fr..'mUilng a tree There Is one I to the Railroad Commission Is II pursue hi* ntudien.' On the way Preston. winced but went on toj! (To Be Continued) \OTICH OK TAX l>KiiMrnnte ; ) ua. "S J I''

thO"Aand" year*. being favorably received throughout he nMM't Paul Beaumont and address the audience in Latin. Lee ( Illll 'a. 1U.1tNTITICM (OPFICTAt. STOAt) <.,I I ,
which 1 Is said to :.NWTICH 01 'MtM : !IS Iti':utt'HY OIVKN that A. I
ret the West old. the State. two other English undtrxnulluite sat quietly as Paul Beaumont was 4il'I'lFt'A'i'KsNOTlt't .... .1. Alderman holder of Tax Certificate : of Cir'tii| emir', ofHrudford : j ', I:

,'e, five thousand years : who Irked by his. complurent rolled upon for a tree translation.Then !Id 1IKKKHY OIVEN:: that No. 457): (HHIied the 2nd., d.tyf County, Florida. !
t e It is the oldest living "Mr. Matthews Is the seniormember I \V. 11 JCIIIPH hUM filed Wit h ,m" .. .""y .\. I'). 19:14: has filed name" 1-4-t-31.4.I! '" I ,
( I manner fabricate a amidst further cheering that the tax certlfl- '
rsay written re.ni.-iit
and hnn made application
of the In office
commission. and his my
to emir i'I"
Since it began grow I Julio "crlrbrittlon" In his. honor Lee was given the floor. I eateN. together with all mihfiiMiuvntomitted for n tax deed to be lusuedthereon. >
;, built and over- record on that body Is one of falr- or levli-d taxes held. by the .!
have been mid persuade him to get: there Millie be stIvertt"el. und noli to the I II
when dealing and efficiency. His long As he faced the audience Suld' certificate emhraccH. the folwlnir : ,.1
Kh.fwn, The tree was old oft tho train nilli-H. from O\ in his |! hlKlient I bidder for cit eb an providedbv I I dom-rlbed. property In the I ,
service has him valuable was dangerous glint eyes. I IH21M! of the teal act ;
choir sang at the birth I given acquaintance I'lmpUT County. "f I III'AIf'd.IIIIt., I a of Florida V.
A he angel l with
It f Is easy to tell the the complex questions real entnte In the ,: .
? UvNvrluvd
l ,
I Lord N'II'I( hp".1 Quarter nt Northwent \
,f n'lI' I more warming to the neart of a ,
of .loI.hI. I
Every year leaves the commission has to face. County of flrtid foi'd. Hliuo Quarter Section 2ft Towuntilp 7 : I
ge ata tree Prior to MB service In his present : THREE foreigner than good old British I ..- to-v tt : South, !tlln... 22 Rail: ,',tntiit,, ,'., '
to know
mark t Is possible ( I It was almost an hour later that I ?" HI.I';'. hf HW''o. Se21 1'1) 7 H. It log 10 Acren, more or I....... : 'I'j' : : I I.j"
it' netthe years when there : office. Eugene Matthews has a I hospitality 22! I'!., '.nlitallllllB <0 AITWB, mol.,' The anxenxmMit of I the sup hi |),-. coT, .,. when there background ns a spanISh.Amerl- I.ce. through the good graces of The students making up the audience "I' ICOM under, th' xnld cert Iflcate, 1I IB- i .j".j"i
.aineii m< cnn War veteran a newspaper \ looked at each other, not eei-tlflcnte; .. No. HUH of 1933 re- p sold certificate I xhnll I I be redeemcrl ,, 'I.I 'I.
\J8a\ i ..I'l'ight' publisher member of the Legislature Cardinal College. The quadrangle quite sure how to lake the remark. "'''','II\l'h'I I ,mid, repreH' *.nt unimldmien acc'irdlnir I t<, law' th. proprty .. I I,
seemed deserted. There was Just n for the yenm fll2: to U\N.\ : .. dexc'rlbed therein will be sold I f,
and Speaker of the House. I both IFI'hid VP, nmounlliifc I I. / to $58.24. In I the hlKlH'Xt, .bidder, 1 at, I thi. '''''tn-t'
u ,;,?,,1) can write with the fln- ; He hits easily out-ilictanred all\ opposition trifle iff a look of disappointmenton "But I'm .a funny guy about a SuUI tux eerllflL-aten togt't hvi' with biitise d. "ir' "M the fh-'t ,t.'t'Iu'h "i1 'OR YOUR HOMCI I I ,,
record of the Lee's face.Entering ull I! HllhHemient omitted t or LeviedmtiK month nf May 1938 which Is
,rt nature the In the pa"t. and probably I number of things Lee went on I will l>.. Hold to the hlxheptbidder the 2nd., day of May, 1938.

i;gel"are n ,trees which lie planted I I111' will repeat this yeur." : the Quad he looked grimly. "One Is, I like them 'regular. 1 lit I thu Com It I li'moe door i In 1'111.Ihl"\ 31st.! dll)' "'r Mm, i Ii' Hn. I
the 22nd dav of AI.rll.II ,
record In the trees the around uncertainly. The next moment and I don't like 'em phoney Siiukion I inss!
I I .
en" o'clock A.
I1:/ The Milton Gazette says: "Mr. 8. lit ti 00 HFFIClL. RRALA. ) !
liorx of 'the years when there Was 1 Matthews Is well known In this a porter was at his side and particularly phoney mous- 1 Ih",1! thlH the 2 tnt day of April I, ( J. THOMAS, I

Ii and make u record of had relieved Lee of his valise. taches.! l IflI:i Clerk of Circuit ("ourt of F'i 1 1I
drought section having served the peoplein : I I HiKl'MClAI.' SRAT..1 Tiradford County Florida.
when He sent rain on I "T m Lee Sheridan. I'd like to Preston standing there In the A. .1. TIIOMA8! 4-1-SI-4-89.
the veurs many State capacities during along Clerk of Circuit Court of
I the just and the unjust it seems of tmeuk to my room before anyone full dignity of his robed disguise Ili-ml ford County J.'la'I.Iio.oTlVLl .
period years. \orin-i OK Nti.n (1I"'I' \ X H
1 reasonable to suppose that He can I I known I'm here," the American, began to be a bit apprehensive.The I- ,31-4-22. ('I'n'rlf'I: (' tTIM j

dwlll keep a record of the The Chlpley Banner says: "Mr. boy confided. laughter had died down. The APPLICATION VOTII'B IS IIKHKHV! OtVKN that jI
an Matthews makes a good commis- > OK .(unit WllllitntM him flleil 1 with mewritten I
of man whom He created boys knew what Lee was drivingat KOIt T 'X I KKINOTIOIO > ,' '
|deeds I "The archway on he left sir. I 1 request bat the IHX ''rilfli'iiteH -
sioner and his friends confident IIEHKF1Y UIVRN. That
are IS: !
Trees may Even Paul shifted uneosily. I tnitether with all ubneitlent I
Image. now. _
I His own the norter replied. "Across the holder. of TAx CerMflcnta L _
In he will be returned for another I I IQUlld. .1 1> Crawford | omitted" or levied tuxeK held j jI
I live for mlllenlums but; eventually You'll find the name on the No. 17S, tunned the 4th., day II by the State I he advertlHed and Mold

I) I the) .ill die and decay. Man will I term. I door. "Another thing," the American of In July office A. i p.and!1937 has has nrnde filed application some- t tn' 7 the. hlirheHt I hlitder fur ,ciiNh of the nnrinivlduil Soil, Deuuiiiui, modem wallsthat !
my 11398
I forever lie does not stay on The Qulncy Times says: "Mr. persisted"I've got a funny toe. I for a tux deed to b.. Issued --by.--Chapter-.- ---- I form a perfect background ,
jthls ,-arch for long but he lives Matthews has a public anti military Lee started off. As he approached It can kick a Dean further than Ihereon.I Sold certificate pmlirareM : for draperies and furniture; 1 ,

the main gate he was stoppedby I the following denerlbed property In EASE: PAIN OFACCOMFMYIG Thisstriklngnewbeaurisyoar\ .. .' ,
liomewhere forever and ever. There record dating back many any toe in the world. the County of Tiradford, Stntiof '

III God He never forgets to years. He is a veteran, of the several undergraduates. Preston turned anxiously. "Now l'In'hlll.wit I : I when you refinNh your well '.

I is His records. A bird does not Spanish-American: War, following "Kxcuse me." one of them said wait a minute Sheridan I t.ot :,14 III Wondlnwn r H<>"I h. HaiiKe Section 2TownHlilp 32RnBt SU E T .. fj f11 with LOWE!!. HROIHI'RSMHLLOrONK. Soft colors! I .r. '

Lie vithoui His knowledge. "He which he served as a commissioned respectfully "is your name Sherl- But Lee lunged out and, as he conlnlnliiN I I i ; 10 Ad-en, lit","'<> easily applied -can be used .

limiiKs the sparrow's fall" The officer in the Florida National .)IiD ? Lee Sheridan of America ?" did so Preaton wits off like! a' or The" lecm.MeNHment of the t\ld properly : C3LC3TAE.CTS; plain or combination to pro ,; I .

; | Hairs of our heads are num- Guard. As a member of the State "ThPt's right," Lee admitted streak of lightning his gown flying under the "nld cert I If lent I". Ix- luce fancy multi lone effect: I..' '"
vfi I "'14',1 WBB lii the nnme of T. 11. i'F;; :; --a U : in I Iyow .
jbtr''j! He hears the cry of every C.egltilature and as Speaker of the with a genial nod. behind him. Out of the door Iliiniljy.Tni.uH. Before you paint come for rf

I His. cars catch the sigh that House in 1007 be was an out- "My names Masterson. I'm and across the sacred lawn Preston | Hiild' certificate Mmll be free copy at Lowe Krntheri" ,. r I
tab the VcSIISIITI2N illustrated( n"h- .
to I..w.
I new.
I accordlnn
[ comes from every broken heart. standing member of that body- His chairman of the reception com fled Leo at his ht cls. In a properly ri-deemed ilowrlhed therein will I 1 'beold ing Up on Dettuty." \ I

': machine makes an service on the Railroad Commission mittee." few seconds Preston had reachedthe I tn. the hIghest I bidder at the .l. :
Hu :flirting" I 2 ..ILL
I eternal ,record of every thought. has been marked by intelligent -, Lee smiled patronizingly. "Guess tunnelled archway and was ; .-.ni-l In I hi.ii the.' !door\tlln'h..r on. tho av.first V, Monday I'M' 75. I -i'. UI>:l.l.r: "-5" I II W. A. essant J Agt. "1 f' t .

I He knows. Woe be unto conscientious public serviceto I'm caught after all." lost to sight for an Instant as Lee whli-h,, I" 1 the Hwl., dny of ?,?nt'. 1 U9!H.I r., ," : '
God sees
all and! behalf of also reaching the archway stopped I nit i-il t thin t I, 25th day of M.ircb A. ; i'f
I the sinner who falls into the hands public all interests con- "You are indeed. On t H. 1915 I CAVER ASfim i'I' Starke Fla. '' : t
cerned." !" to learn which his f.uarry OCIIUINI :
I God. It Is wonderful Cardinal( College welcome way I uFFI'TA HKAT. >
of an angry .... .... .. ....... ..)a'. :
I S t,1I1 I
t to He saved. God infinite as He The State News at Tallahassee "Welcome! Welcome! Master- had turned. clerk of Circuit, Court nfUrndford if ,
I 1 :
I Ii, cannot see our sins through the I says: "Eugene S. Matthews arm's companions chorused. Enthusiastically There much to his amazement County, Florida. I '- + ii

blood of His son. Sees every member of the State railroad commission they all shook hands only a few feet away a tje-gowncd !I -I. l-4-2U.! ___ I '

$ Christian as If the Christian never stepped into the officeof with Lee. figure was strolling at his leisure \"0'1'1101" 'PPI.U"TIO'\' FOIl I Protects food perfectly Needs M daily attendra :;!: ,, ,

ilmicd. He has taken us up in the Secretary of State and paid And now from the distance, a down the pathway. With stealthy ScenIc'I' \,.Illll U..1F.II. *". 11\:1.\: Freezes Ice cabes-desserts No water or electricity :I '; '

His Son: He sees us in Christ. Wa his filing fee and told the waiting jhrer arost. Looking toward the I swiftness Lee crept close. As he N'OTtCK: IS) IIKHKnV fHVKN, TllOtCurBon I .f.

have all sinned but if we are gave4 world that he Is now officially a archways at the end of the Quad neared the other his right shot iVrtlflintiNo.. M. Orlffl". I 17a. holder HHiied( of tli" t'h Tax Sires steps, won ..., Uuomacbk1es7towear" _, ; II

Ht remembers our sins againstus candidate for the Democratic nomination Lee saw two columns of cheering out. There was a dull thud as the day .of September" A. I>. 1 532, haS I I' ;"
marching man took to the ground. Lee stood filed I "nnv I in mv "','10'" mvl han niB'le I : i
no more forever. As these lines as a member of the com- undergraduates emerge application fur n tax deert In boloHiied '
order. Quite accustomed over him grinning. There was no Said certificatembracet. A i ITTh- : I'
In _
have been written there' bus been nlMslon to succeed himself. Mr. ; : military thereon. j I

I i whispered prayer In the heart of 1 Matthews was appointed to the' to homage of this sort the menace in his attitude. Nothingbut pr"pp.'IIn.' I the the followlnic Conntv I of llrndfrird.Stnte
the writer for all who may read : railroad commission by Governor I youth from Kansas merely smiled shee exuberance rising from a "rf Florida: to-wlt:; I S S I "f' \' t4'
He extended 'if NortheiiBt' Qimv-- t
accomplished. \ i
p and, saluted. purpose I
the article. May you so trust I Gary A. Hardee in 1923 to fill a ter of NorthweHt Quarter Sec. i j. '

.!. Christ and so write your life rec- vacancy caused by the death of "I hope you don't think I was a hand to the still inanimate lion 2 Townxhlp 5 South, n nne .j I

ord that you will be able to meet I i.'ommisaioner: Douglas Campbell giving you the run-around. he figure. 22 KiiHt.; or lent contulnlnit. 20 Acres.more I I. : :

Cod unafraid. Remember If you and has been filling this position -at4. turning to Masterson. "Okay. pal. No hard feelings, "1titRMNPMMO.,,'I)t of tile Hnld I 1 piuliertv I 4 J'
he Raid. But his face fell In bewilderment xald certificate l ;
the under I the
at "
"We expecting
i were you
nt a sinner. Christ bore your sin ably since that time. He has served bin victim stirred Hiied, was In the name of Mr 1"-1 V- ;J.
: In His body on a cross. Trust : In the house of representatives,, station. as "'. Illlcb.fnlcMH. .
I didn't want to waste and turned! over. 'I mild! certificate l Mmll' he
I "Aw.
Him. If you are a Christian representing Bradford County a you It most, ostensibly not the redeemed: ,: : I ttcordlnir to law. thi: pi II ip- I
Chi 1st Is your advocate. He Is the number of times and has had thehonor a reception on me. was I rty dcxcrlbed therein will be soul ,
Mnsterson smiled. "I assure you fleeing Preston It looked very I in I the hlKheBt bidder at I th., ',mrtMOUNC _
of elected of
Attorney Who pleads your! case. being speaker Monday In ..-L "
much too much- -liken I .1..r on t Ih". fl"1 I :2J ,
Thank God for such a wonderfulLawyer the house without opposition. During ,I won't be wasted. You don'tmind altogether I ihe ,month of, ::51.1. v. 1 IO.H, which In _- \ ( \ I
his he if we carry on ?" real honeflde hundred percent I II Ii., Imi.!, iliiv nt Mi\v, lilili:
legislative career aei'v.ed -
,, _
tinted 1 his 23rd day of Mni'li'
i Dean
1 1I genuine
"Not bit pal Lee replied.
upon the State highway committee a I I9 I:!5.
--- -- I that planned our present The two columns of undergrad- Lee didn't hesitate; he took to 'tIKKICIAI.' ( SKATO"" tr--L I

Guineas and turkeys have been his heels as ntvut went behind A. .. THOMAH.I'lcrU .
: and up
marched II
State highway system and previous I hates had now up of Circuit I Couri, t ,"f
| fount to be effective In controlling to his appointment to his! present stopped In formation I before Lee : him. One porter stopped to help I 1-,,.1 forl, ('i ii n I y. Fbn, Itt.. ; _
plant bugs in citius groves- 'nd the reception committee. One', the old gentleman up while :I-25.M-.1-22. !
position! 'was always active an-I' _. i
very -- -- - -
I ;
.- ,I in all mutters of Stale Im by one cheer leaders approached, ,, other followed the sprinting >O'l'i'l'' op M 5 I.I: or TIXNOT1CR ;
Officials estimated that more I laurel wreaths around his The Dean was fur'ous. "Who ( '':11'1'1'1( 1'1:
portance. He served In the Span nnd put [1"1 III'MtlOliy i: (IIVRN: .tliulTerena
I I "
thun 10.000 people attended the ovation wns guilty of this atrocity ? h.. 1\\
I ish-American war with the First neck. Lee accepted the Iieckor him CII.lVII h nit 1I I
nato festival at Danla indifference I demanded written, I reriieiit' that the I tax certtfIculMH
to-I Florida regiment and for many with a calmness bordering on I toicetber with I nil .HtihHeqiientomitted 1'I
-- -- -- ---- I "1 d'da't' A' 0' his face sir the
years was a very active officer in as if it were really no or levied taxed hold by the ''I :
porter answered apologetically State be .advertlned nnd Bold tn the
STOMACh:\ GAS EXPELLED the Florida National Guard attaining more than he deserved. I highest bidder tor rnxh HB prr,vl,l-

There Is no need to let stomach :: the rank of major." I In another moment he was :I "He shall be sent down if it'sthe eel by Chapter IH296 of the 11)17): acts '

gaB cause loss of sleep and upset hoisted onto the shoulders! of two last thing I do." the Dean ..C the Leirlftlaturo. upon the follow- l'I'
I The Winter Haven Herald says::: :' commanded. I 'Inn d l crllied real estate In the"miniy OH'NftO1SYXV'41SFPhdN I
your? disposition. Just take a ot the committee while the whole ,*
"The Florida Railroad commission I
Spoonful moved off in the direction Standing nearby Waver tree hadllealt to-wlt-
: in n glassof I ionevertheless procession I !II & Lot 10 11 A WV4of _
although little publicized this last remark. His face K'j of | ot ,
water before going to bed. BlattaRex of the Junior Common Room, Lot 12 In Woodlawn Me,- 10 J. 11.
one of the most Important hall near the Cardinal broke Into a beatific smile and he Til. B S. It. 22 "1. contalnlllMT; 10AcreB I
relieves stomach discomfort a large 1
functions of the state government. hl9 hnnl in thankfulness. more or .leThe ">
due to acid-indigestion quickly. Quad. As they passed several of clasped tiixen. to .be nohl art.o'lt.irel

the college buildings pieces of torn In the meF.ntlme the other porter by certificate No. 667 of 1933 re.. '
Buy a bottle of 50 doses for ,
"Due to its In had with Lee I xpectlvely.I ,nnd' reprcHent 1 I I luxe* r.. ;
authority regulating ciught
Mo at the Rexall Drug Store- I paper fluttered down. Lee looked up I Pin yeiu-H. I ll'ts to ItTD. both Inclusive :
common carriers It Is of particular "You are to report to the DeanIn 1i.85. MIKE EVERY 1,1'
Carpenter's Drug Store in }Sturke. up, smiled and held up his hands< amounting to ; :
.rIlCIo-II", tdffelborwith
Hrlld tax *
Importance to the fruit I one gripping the other In a boxer's his rooms sir- at once! I all Huhpequent omitted or Lev-

and vegetable industries. Only IIlIlule.I Lee's face reflected his woc'Ii- l tad taxes will .... Bold to tile hIghest I ,

-a-, .."............:.. .10 member of this important Common Room was ment as he slowly started off. I II hl.ld.nt. the Courthouse door In
I The Junior I Stiirlie, on the 1Mb dayr, All, ,it.T.I.1H 1 I.
ody- -lugene Matthews---can be jammed- Arriving at the platfol'm.J.ee Much to his surprise'; however : .IlIII:0I1: o'clock A. M."nled .

BUSINESSDIRECTORY considered a South Florida man, I was permitted to stand on his 'I Wavertreo was already standing 11138. l I thin the 2iltb. ,Ill)' "r Math, DAY HAPPIERwith t ; !

since the other two members are own feet He spied Paul and Wav- before the Dean looking remorse (tiKKK'IAL SKAL: )

ii-om Luke City and Tallahassee.It ,I ertree in a corner. I fut when he was ushered into tho i.
___ behooves the citrus and vegeta- I "Sorry. Sheridan" Paul said office. County, KlnrlNOTU'K ,.

ole Industries to see that Mr. Mat- "but they got the bit in their I a sudden' rebellion ego Inst I 1-1-i .1 1-4.U.I this modern city refrigerator for homes ti

DRINK thews is kept on this commission. I tpeth." authority, sir" Lte heard Waver- i OK 'I.K OK 'rsg, ,

p "Commissioner Matthews han have been frightfully tree say. I Ii ('eIt'I'YI.: 'Tws:' the mains and lues! '
"They'd beyond
gay power : 'I J
I I NfTIf-T IS! II lOll KIIV: fllVKN; tlmtR. _
made an enviable record! and his In. The Dean looked up at Lee."Well :
f.aPPolnted.Vavertree put i H. Wnndln' hiiB fll'"'1 with m- ,1 I

diligent, unselfish efforts couplet! "Oh that's all right Lee said, \ !" m. exploded. "And what wrItten t-ertueMt, that the tax eertlflculed I _
:eM: I with his thorough knowledge of I expansively. "I'm having a swell do you want 9' omitted together or levied with tuxes nil Buhne.nient heliliv SERVEL ELECTROLUX RUNS ON :

i the work of the commission has time." I "I'd like to explain: about kick- the Hrate I be advertlxed and Holdto :
th. hiKhene bidder foe mutt. BHprovided
made him Invaluable to Florida.We "You won't mind saying a few Ing you in the pants" Lee began I bv r'hapter 1I21S of the ; ,/
J I In Steilll/ed RultleaThe could point to hundreds of words after you've met the with some diffidence. "'t7 act's' of the eclBtature.. upon 1-' meal8pIeD.uul.uP1'i7 : /:
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Pnune That Refreshen instances where he has served Dean? Paul asked. ,I The Dean loked fit to burst. the In the following County. dencrlh of Bradford.eMitl e State> KEROSENENo I \ ..'I lev eubea at all time*. B .t of all. it J 1.j [ _

...,.. ? In the WhatIs Lot I tr Chock > In flWV of I
I Florida rather than self but will Lee was Impressed. "The Dean "Kicking me eoata amaatngrUttU to operaU-a J

: ourselves with the statement It he in on this?" this rivalry for the honor of at- N"In; nraham. Hec. 29 Tp. 7 I tually aavea enough to ,; I '
WE ARE content 8. It. II K., I matter if,.ben you lIft.'GU- _

PRESCRIPTIONEXPERTS : that Eugene Matthews U not I Paul nodded and turning pointed [ tacking my person ?" he demanded. Tu rertlflcate tttxeM to be Hn.nol'1.. /lOP R r'and' evM((111..tirertbv nf now .enjoy"] the. aame eonTmimc pay for itaelf.Clip eou.poo -/_ ". ,, i : '

: susceptible to political influences out the three chairs on the plat "Who are you. may I ask ? IH27 and 1M1: renpoctlrelv and rep"sCilt and larinca of modem refrigeration for fnt lIterature.'a1' I _

I has no governorship aspirations form. One. standing In the center "I'm Lee Sheridan from Amer .. InxeB for the years 1926 to P "
: th&tcAtyboeneiebsi'eServelEloe- i
I ifim. both Inclusive, amounting tu q'
CARPENTER'STHE : he wants to continue to serve FlorIda had the appearance of a throne ica. II2I nl.: ValUE U Identical all important I I I

on the railroad commission and and Paul indicated to the American -[ "And you are ready to confess Maid, REXALL STORE Witha that and not Mr. Wavertren. mil"Meruent| omitted or Levied I ways with the famous Gas Refrigerator HAPPY OWMOt WHITES I \ _
it. ,
I .ve favor keeping him there. I that he was to occupy you I inxeii will be Bold. to 'the hIghest that has been the choice for .
The Leesburg Commercial says: wave of his that was intended to perpetrated this outrage ? I >.'''/' 'r nt the rAiirthniiMe, door in "i nun like my 8ml Eleetnlux. '
.' I Lee sat "Yes. sir. Stark on the 15th day of April. hundreds of dwxuutnda of city homes It kvrp. >cvwytbloi mo eold. and fr.k.. !. I I,
'HIS 4 I.'K.: rov'r.aGP.' "Genial Gene Matthews II, gettingout typify modest acqulesence tv.ix.: ,at I It I lilt I.VK.I K A .\.I 1I ,, during the past ten ;years. It DUikae meal ......p..tI... a ploeeurv. tOO j j
Cheers echoed across the The Dean turned to Waverlrce. I tiHt.d his the 2IItll of Slip ,u''Ii. '
I every chance he has to greet down.: dny I Survly aaTee etepe bemuM ODe' It, I
HAROLD II. LAWRENCEHeulntered to understand I I I"H This l Idmol l kerosene refrigerator 1
who do not to Tal- room "I do not pretend d_ hu. to f'> te the bajwmentafUr ,
the folks come I flKFK'IAL. ( Itr.: < L> keeps food fresh for days--make thlnak And It'. dandy (or euMdrinke ,
what Induces a timid and 11"
Wavertree' voice was!
who remember Suddenly
lahaasee' often but
Mewl I t-: tnte llrnkerKKISTO and i loe erae.m.3r J. JC.KISTKI .
I Individual to I flerk if Clmult Court nfTttadford : housework easier-enublog you to : I 1
offensive assume ; J
din. ,..
his smile yea, after year and have heard above the In-I : :.aA..d X.s.wm, I. .
'' !! '\ i: IIKKillTM.' M.\. loig ago decided that if Gene ,, "Gentlement! Gentlemen. b III sponsibility for every overt act -1-3t-4-ts.: County, Florida. serve new diahea! and more varied _ _ _ It '1 I I ,.
this he said.He began, to -- -- 1' I
I college I'
The Dean! I
iajlr't been "straight as a string".tnJ cjulct! ;
XI'IH: 0"I. H epi''r. \ 1
stood at at- shout. "You may /go-: And when II : ,'. 'I$, _ _
F. competent he never could have : The entire company ( '':'' ''I''U' O'I'P"% .
C. Hollingsworth letter of NOTICR |:H MKItKnr: OIVKN tlllltJohn j. t _
.!:rved as l long as he has and with terll Walking' solemnly and deliberately -: receive your apology I1, llunipton has fll.il with ,IIM- 'H'' _

as few criticisms even from people as though conscious of will then decide I whether your I \,':'III".. reliant, that the tax cer- .

Hog And Hominy who have Buffered adverse dejlalons ''l' burden of years and wisdom. mental condition should be investigated ,tt.t.s, | toKi-ther with. nil Bulmeunt .- :\i\S "KKKI' ) & SEK) SlOtU. 1 'It';$ I
omitted levied held
: by the commission of whichhe ,:lIme a student skillfully made up by a me'Ofil; 1 authority." I ,y the ,State I be or advertised. taxes itnd' eIl, 1 "STi1V4E. FL.\. -e-i I'' ,
fooled only moment''rlly. Then he turned to '..-e. to I th* hla-heBt blddnr' f irUHh toS'tIt'iI (1tl._: P1 wM....<1 m*. without onlttpi.tin 4 ,
Dean. Lee
FARMS 'Is a part. So you may look up as the ,"., I iv I chapter M2t of the *. ........... 'Informetltra atxiuc Arvt4ElMtrolui A j.II
.. I some bright morning and therehe'll stared at him with a "No.*', sir what ba >re you to 1I..j "5'7 nrtx nf the Legislature, upon I the Kerueine K.tn..r.(.... I IJ 11 (

-- be." ,uzzle'i expression. In a moment '0" voius"lf?" I' ,, I lie following dcBcrlif *d r- il < i it*. I : fi-l! ,
I I ""\'ell. -e er '''i the (".unt)' of Pradford. State I N.- II ;
: brief .
I ---- --+--, -- --, !'40 tinderstood.: For a menent you < .f riorldfi. '-.Hit.VK'i --- 2 nt _
Denmark a feeling of humiliation : Leo began uncorn..'01 ta'uly; "oil i iI : : *>t !NW/i of NEl'; of SWf
Plans are underway to raise a I I end' lo.ik alike In tlioaeuo'vns. :NWi; of :VKi l ..I t NK": "..fHW I Btfeet or R.F.l_ _ _ ... -r:; I't.t. I'I I _
I him then hla\ mouth rear .
which sank with swept over : < f '
Furniture Co cargo of whiskey & I K"j: .r W .r Si:1 t: ,I' .
i Alice In the Apalachlcol Hardened. He rose slowly and I thought! NWiIt.\ .. "'. Tp 1 IC ft *; tt- t I. __ __ _
"% the steamer Tow.' __ I .eo
'r.. 1t"I'rh leg :"if'" extended s'' "May I ask. Mr Sherl.ian.:; the "Otnlnll.u. 'ii t .\' Cnort
Stnl'k Flier; nn,. Be !Sure\ 10 I'' River seventy-three years h..nJ.Ir.The p..eud
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: \\J! P'G -IG T __ .. ._ .___ .. __ BKAUFCIE. COUNTY" TELEGRAPH.: !_STARKE.. : _FLORIDA. .. _.. __--,.u. -h___. _,FRIDAY! APRIL, 13 1938

** Rant, contolnlnir 40 acres, Inir NO a.re. more or leap. In* 130 acre-Th, mon ".
Bradford I MRS. LIDDON Sterna Buy Lot more or lean The .* to he sold. are evidencedby The ta.ea to I he "I.I., ,|
A6ES County TelegraphEstablished I I The tnxm to be are evidenced ct'i-tlflcnte No*. 281 and 1681 of hy Certificate 'NOH. Ill;,," i
Mr. and Mra- W. A. Stern have .nle
I DIES hy Kxrtirkatu No. lUl of 193.1 nndreprenent 1 I'i24 nnd. 1 ii.'l.l: re"'I.IY., and repi.nmit 1926 and 1(3:1: reNpoi-ih I., I
1877 I recently bought a lot on Lafayette the ,, taxeH for the 1 I the tAX.. for the r..nt the unpaid t I. ". I.
yearn to 1D.1H both y.-Bi-M 1923 to 19.18: both Inchmlve 1l48,. to 191 8, l ,
Mrs. Callie Wills Liddon passeddom Street from Mrs. W. II. Nollman. 1132 I i to $49.St.! In..II..lve.IUI0Unlllli ilintMintlnir, % t to $227.71. amounting, t to $288.112 1"1| ",

t'_ MEfBERVFLOR Z-' earth to her heavenly home The lot Is 100 feel by 100 feet N'WH of :NWV4 In Sec. ALsO: NK'4' of NW'/i In Sen.fi ALSO: NW\.t N-K.: ,

at and IH across the street from Johni 33..1'own.hl. 7 Houth. llanve Townthlp 8. South ItaiiRe ItlOaHt In /e. ,", vV u, .
on Saturday night April 9th ,
J1\ PRESS ASSOCIATION \ I 22 I' A.I. cotitiilnlnar 40 acroK, ,'ollRlnl'f 40 acre, moionr Hn" 22 Bant, coin, ,
the home of her daughter Mrs. G.I i Uglow a home or lea leHH.Tlio lures, more of loss .1"" I -

SCtL'I2Ad I W. Mozo in Jacksonville, and the |i -_ *__ .__ __ The m"r.In sea I to Im Hold aru evidencedby loses to be Hold /are evidenced The tnxe* to l." mtld I ." ,
.-.- NOH 41.ri and Ifi47 of bv .,.t It..ate NOH. 421 nnd 1584 of liy (' NOH. 17 ,,, 0. "
.. :} 7 I announcement of her death I \0'1'.C'.1' ..v aIM 01" 'I',\\ I l27' ii,ur.I'I.I 1 1. :1 rpHtu-ctlvely l I anil reprenent I 11127 "" I 1) r."p..ctvoly. and repreHont ,. ,.." .rttlal., rrpi--i,."11,0,",,I i ,.'-* ,<.
(, F.ftl'lPli.tl'IC for I the I I for t the taxes J '
to t unpaid taxes unpaid paid for the i iisfer1:0"1
.. brought sorrow many persons NOTICE IS HUKBHY: GIVEN thai yearn hut. to I3K both liu-liiwlve, vi'iiin I I'2(1!' ( to 1IKIS.: both inclusive, I iticluelve> ..Y"II I'; '
who knew and loved thia wonderful The LliUldutor| of I llradford j amount:; Inw to $104 1 .313/ ,iiitioiintlniir it $94.02.ALSO ) : ,1"1 "'..VEHaiti t
Published Weekly on Fridays and Entered as Second Class Comity Hank, ImM. filed wit 1% ALSO: ol NWH & NW'i of : NIS'i; of NEIn!\ Seo t.TnwiiHhlp tax certificates ,
woman. t ,
me written. request. thnt the tux M\V,, 'WI.. n. Tnwnidilp. I 2JKant. all Hubiienuent "I' II.;, |
\ omitted '
Florida \11
cor Matter at the Post Office at Starke ftuhHfiiiifiit ,
certIfIcates tnicethvr with nil South Itur.ite 23 iced containing canlAlnliiff. 4() acres, lore taxes will be Hold J'M' ':
( to
"The clock. ot time I IN wound butonce. oiuUlr. nr levied tales ... t
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120 acres, or I..a. > 11. bidder at I Iho Courtht, hilho">
.. ln, >M I ii ho state be advertised. and l"r. .
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The taxen to be Mold. are evidenced The taxes to be ..ole are evidenced Htarke on the 16th. 'I.I I.

By E. L. Matthews .__ ________ __________Editor and Owner \n"l toll no Jiint nuin, when haa. the I Hi! *powerTo hand, will IH M.Id, ,m-ovlded to I he hIghest", Chapter' bidder 1K2DS for of cash the hv cortlflcnte Nn*. 247 and 1585 of I by c..rlrlcnte Noa. and 15S7 of1I26 I ( at 11 I I :(Oe O'clock da191(1. A(Jt"1.'
4 r"h 1026 and 193.1 renpuctlvely, and repreHent I"d 13:1: ; renpnctlvely 111.1 represent Dated thin the 26th
HOME I ... - HtO|)- I'll: i Hol L.eiclnlatur I I uponthe I the, unpaid, taxes for theyears ull.ald taxeS. for the : 19: $. dm i'I \'' At latH or niy! hour. I following described real entat IV2A to 19.18 both I""h.tlv.. .. y-urH, l 1925 nnd 1\:8. both, inclusiVe (OFFICIAL SKAT,)
1 SUBSCRIPTION RATE In the County of lliudford State,! of
NEED i' to I $278.01. A. J,
IIlountnl TIIO.MAH
For Mrs. Lltljon the clock of I Kim-kin to-wlt: 11..nt'1: 813(4"( of N\VV & : lon.99.A SW'4 of Clerk

FOR Yearly $1.50; Six Months, 75c-Payable in Advance life stopped at the late hour of Wi-j of :NWM. of :N15"i. of SBVt (,l'SWij In Sec. n. w "h1'ilouth. SKI'. In J i. l.81 Tonnnhlp 8., of Circuit,. I ",;'u"" I '"
25 '
: of .t e1'! Hec. .llCM"ordCol"lt
& NBVi N\V'.j 4 flange 22 cuntalnclirlHl :Soulh Kniiire East, contaln- 4-I| -, "'" 'Iii
Advertising Hales on Application ninety-two and for her the years I Tj 1) R R It. 29 K,. containing \.I. -

i Agree uroinIlloil with lovinor and servIng :!Iff l.'! Acres! more: .or" .t IPPN.lor ..... _... __._._,.
the hoix
IHXttH iu IU fll.l.l nilteitlflvnte rY..r. ruh
her Immediate family and I >' ? NTOK 211t and 2(10( ofIli.ll POLITICAL -I
wbly MORE GOOD NEWS FOR STARKE many others with whom she came ." ; and 113 reHpprtlvely." and rep.sflt -
uIIDIIId taxes fur the yearn
home On top of Starkc's other recent good fortune came the In contact. 'in.1l 1 lo 111:111.! :< hulh ImlllHK-e amolintIIIK -
to 175.07 roil MT1TI-VM: ATTOHM2YSubjc Foil nciiooi. not n iiI I FOIt COtJVrY:
Cnlllo Wills born In Knox- >
was :
'charactofartooi announcement this week that we are to have a $70,000 gov- .Sold; tax i-prtlflculcH. together' with ,'t to the Democriillc Primary I I hereby, anotinca niynelC a cnn- I hereby '1 "I'I:1:
vllle Tennessee. April 6. 1846 and .ill, Niit hNei|ii.'nt omitted I t or levied Election I herc-by announceny dual for member of the School for County an"ou"CC( 'I>>, i. |."
ernment building to house the postoffice here. Thia:: newest was the daughter of Dr. John Wills T.IX..M will lie void, to I the hlRhextMildar caidtdmey, : for State Attorney roan, from rilHtrlct Number OneJjiiwm.v trlcl. Two ( 0111..1"1./;, I I I">" I it ,.
idered i I .... door In ftlKhth Judicial Circuit eornpoanft nnd North Htarke NuI.ttl 1. '
i'S at.OI".Ih'.I.( .( ( ) .subjectto tu the "' I '
,1t> ..._.lnnn".nt._.."", ,, ,_,1I.nv..... ..<_>,... _rt ...'.._.l.irt_..:_ KtMitirr__........"' .nrOlT1'nm. -0--00' 'n.---o Invnlvinffvi find Sumui Mcllhenny Wills who Mturkt., on tho 1 2lh!; ) day Of AUI'll. > Ahicliua.. linker. IJradford. all- the will of the voters In the Democratic to be .held May l, ,"n
t i" I were originally from Gettysburg IHIft. at 11:00: o'clock A.: M. Levy and Union UounhlegYour Primary, Mny' 3. If elected I pru:llHi- .i. ,
.Cytoput eventual expenditure of more than $150,000. / I nll''d, l thin the !'ih: dAY of April vote and etipport will be I wan KrHduated 1'01 BradfordIllifli 'itoople' of I the Soc'otd I in "i "
y eratlona, Pa. She spent her young girlhoodIn 11U. 11'I>r..cllt. and have .. nchnolH' nil Hradturd, (County at 1m, k .tli'1
along In Already in the process of construction are a central far- Gainesville Ga., and sixty years < (ll--FR.-I.Al' IH-A 1.1) ccl.'P.. E. DUNCAN:. my life. If elected I will work for bent of my ability 'n,,
A, J.. .THOMAS.Clerft t the of the ..chonln' of Hindrord -
Florida, prugresa 1 believe ,.
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the first unit of elementary school she came to Bradford County, O"lnea\II. h, ,'I'Y
t.t.ed moat 'f IHTS' market and a large KO .Circuit Court of Oounty at all tlm"H. Your alderman/ nf "xl.rl'. .
', Florida and made her home with nrndfovd" ('QII U ly. Florida. vote end support will be apprecluled veral qualified ., ,I.,,
Home )uililintr. Definitely scheduled for the near future is an ..IU-lIt.4-29.I y.al'l it- i i'), ,
her uncle and aunt Judge William TO TUB TiKMocnATic -voTicnaOP position ami 1 shall aiipref! i,u. \ "'Ul,.

t Florida everal :j American Legion home, and now, one of the most important Wills and Mrs. Carrie Wills. Mrs. :oven I j ..RII....
of all the There also high Liddon school at Fort Call I hereby -
; methods, :, additions new postoffice. are taught XOTIff-J IH: HKIIEBV: OIVEX that announce my candidacy 1
\ f'Ot'NTY
fur (
J. '1''f and other points in the county Arthur reo has filed with nomination an ttat. Attorney to FOi .1'1001. DO.III 101..ltv 'OStSlivtvotlt. ... .||
of the hopes of obtaining a new and modern armory to house the mt, written request that. the taxitiricnte succeed myself .. continued I "..n. % annolln.-. n"' ....
1 and later was married to MatthewR. .earnest and faith for re-elnctlnn: ) a* a "m'e' bt.'ih"H.hool fur, nomination a* Countv .u..Y.
bUst .
; .nergpU.
with mil hst.tust I"'ln.i.
together all
'f Headquarters Company here. Liddon and to this union four omitted fit performance of this Hoard from District. No. t I. stoner of bradford Counts, Inmiict.
In the h ,, 1\\, I. or taxes ifflce. ..lbJ..I to tho will of the voter In Number Two North Stark. -iibjwt
L i t- recipes Altogether, there is no doubt that anyone who would daughters were born. She moved nld heM to by the the hIghest:State be bidder advertised. for .n..h and. The continued support of the Democratic Prlmarv. May i. to the Democratic 1'rlmaii Stay' 5:

with her family to Starke and for 1 n.. provided, by Chapter. IS296 of O"ln..rll. of this Circuit will be 19.18. If re-elected to this office Inlncerely If re..I..t.d I promise th, -Am.,
11 convenUIJ : care to absent himself from Starke for the next year or so : t"'lT arts. nf the t.cKlHlnture, the deeply appreciated. proteins to continue to hon..,. painstaking, and rO, '.thfu!
bouaewlcorrespc many years lived on the corner of upon work for (he. beet interest of all the service that I have rendun.d, .
Mil following denrrllied .1. C. ADK1.VSUnlneavllle. : i th
would have some big surprises when he returned. Our growth renl I estate xfhnolK In bradford Countv piit. The active '
North Walnut Street and Wash- ui'
; In i he Count v of Bradford" State of' 1'101'111. vnter I I. "UpP'11 'n,0

er busin has not been! phenomenally fast, but no one can deny that it :ngton Avenue and while here J'lnrlda., to-wit: of I.A wtHY. K of J. 11 MOOHB. respectfully L. L Hulicliid CONN l I I.:

is made many warm friends. The I." 4 T..wl. FOH TITH'S: ATTOIKV FOIL NCIIOOI. RO"ln> .
steady. 23. 21. 23. 20 Tp.
Aa at' I I T POle COI'VfY
S a.. hereby announce myself aa candidate I.r..hy announce a can ( OsIsltevlteiK: ,
edoiHon [ o tunny charming smile, the keen Tile I'IIIXCH, to be evidenced for I Iho office of State' Attorney <1lllt. t.r election AH 'member of I hereby announce thnt I u I! 1 h.
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| sense of humor and the kind heart l h.v i-rtlfli-nte N'OB sold. SIT and 7.12 of 'In I the Eliclilh. Judicial Circuit ,'hn' Hoard, from Dlntrlct Two a "'Hlhllll. for County t'o,1; "; ,.
ag ATTEND AT LEAST ONE OF TilE "SPEAKINGS"It ; if "115 nnd, lisi: : ppHperllVHly I and l fiulkjtict to approval of the .-.,"pl..lnA' Smith Starke, ThereHn er from P1st rId 'hr..e. lulu, t.
did .yat! .. Mrs. Liddon brought her friend '.-,.M I uniutld' .taxes' for, the rep- ".I"r. In the Democratic Primary, Hi,nl..on City Hiibject to the the wi of the voter 'In I, [I.>,
is and to ship and admiration 11 veers Miv It nuiy be impossible dur- will of the voter In I the Demo ', Primary, Slay 1 I I'' I.
businessells stimulating encouraginug see the fine way everywhere. I 11)11) 1 to I 111R. liuth Ini'luxlve amount- : .. ''hllve [
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in to. I9.4t.. InK tinciimpnlKn. ) for me to meet .Uo.lmol'Y.. May 3. If I Imen urged to run t i r
wltt She possessed the happy faculty of perftonullv but ;promlne, work for the b.. .1""e flee by ." vutcis. ,, ,.
in which voters are turning out for the political meetingsthat : Of SWi of SK< of e\ety v.r. I aHiirn *- 1.,1 MI' II I .
: lusting l herself to life as she |; O.I'' 4 you that I appreciate the Cats of all the school In Bradford trlct If It I I" their Wish Ii.".
and tha/ .t.I a
,,'I.Ing mot ) ) have been scheduled by the County Democratic Executive found It, and her faith courage "of"K""H'ot, & 1'".13 of ft NW'ot' of SM. NI14!0'of'., County vote and frlvnda.2ACH CII i'lort. of my Bradford I('...unty...,1..1.Your.d. vote and, ...lv. ..upport chniiKe\1 I h, t the at office this, time I ,promlM and, 5 1;M, ,.n-, ,

of their j'', Committee. Three "speakings" have been held so far- 'tmi cheerfulness was an Inspiration :s II 22 ,K.. KK\ Hec. 10 211 Acre Tp. 5 H nril'CLASFOH W 8. S1HLI3Yioit ,give.nt of the bent of P1) "11, "' r to
I them ,
\ to her family and AlIhovh more or I. ..c"nllllnl.f a clenn 11.1 h"" i ,d
resourcedStlon at Graham, New River and Theressa-and all of them have friends. "c'nool. 111ntHI.al"n., and I lo devit, ; ,
___. _...' r'' -- I ctha, lived from the time, of ,._.TintHxeH:_ .to.ti_ .".,."I.I.1 .evidenced T hc.r'hv IInl.1ne.. 10' ,'nndl..v Tdaello.' < .
been well attended. ;;' ..> ci'i-t ii icHie i> ana m'-t 01 for nomination a* a ; ; dn 44 venra; taxpayer, :: f' ., .
- ; tage coaches until airplane days, in33 -,nd : and represent ll.PItK: <4\TtTtl R nnh'i y i ,
wilji : 1:13""A"'lvtly. lloaid, from cnted achool if nlnr"I. ,
c'.1 < > '
tn the Democratic : "O..H"OI < il
- i i been deM Perhaps it is not so important to hear WHAT the can- she never lost her keen Interest lll.1l to .nl..II| ,liivJuslve. the. amuuntInif years- I ", !Subject of May 'Ird. I h..r.hy announce I'rlnnry .lhj..t to the will of the Democrnilc > clal ... Plant city 11111 r''

In things pertaining to education to f 3.3l.! mv candidacy for RepreHentatlve In voters In the Primary Elec course In Tampa Uuxli.-.. I 1-
didates have
_ ; to as it is to hear HOW it.
The h-J say they say They Hulil tax rertlflruteii 'h9 State i-flMlutiire from Brad. tion May 3. It elected. I will dllluently leSp.

: \ present!] Are all necessarily in favor of much the world events and the work of the til NiihHeniit-nt ft .loSplh..r with ford CountvHrlefly work for better Bradford J. II. (Jack) FIEIv'
pretty things ",
same : church. She joined the Presbyterian t.... wIlT he Hold t the 1..vl.t I am In favor of and will County *"hool. Your vote and *uppoi -
,| woman t roil < or\TV fo>iHi<
Inte the open range ; increased! old age assistance ; good roads ; church In early girlhood and bidder at the. Courthouse door In wink for: RI'Ir"c'lat..t. S. 13. SPARKS. I hereby, announce my min\pii. ,
ing 1 the 281
on h day of April Increased for Old for .AI.I.lael'
:''matlon. \ but the meetings serve a worthwhile purpose in allowing the was a devoted and active member till*. at ll:0i: o'clock A. At. \ ". .. .. "lprop'IRton: blind and FOR SCHOOl IlOAStI cuunty Three cnmml"Hlnl..r.. to the t, .. [
) trlC
'%mtll! the time of Mated thlM the Hill day of April. dependent" children.Irasttr I t I of]
her death.
She I .
In ,
I' which j p: voters to meet the men who are asking for their support and !fist.ovrltrAh. l reduction 111 and re11 dute, hereby for election announce' m.vxelf I a candl mary vlt.r.to be held the O"lc'.rRI' i I'rl
oil was a member of the Woman'sBible ( SaAt.sA. ,, I : to> the Bradford' Maya. I 193
'J feeing to form definite opinions to their 'IuUol of tnxea. Countv Board of Public Instruction .. Your vote and Hupport will' lio
: keen g\\ as personalities and the Class. and was affectionately Clerk J. THOMAS. woule under no condition favor from district number 2. composed of Ki-wally appreciated.
with called] "Class Mother." of Cln-ult Court of r ANY new tax. South Stark*. Therenna and F. C. HULLI.VOSWOII ,
alngfi sincerity which they speak. It can llrndford (c.unly. Florida. Itetter ...schools with t.. HamponKiibject ; I II
1..t h.r to the will of the
voter In
j.coneervtlon You will have five more opportunities to attend one or be truly said of her that "she '-15St2. ind moNt up-to-data eqtilpuont the Dnmociatlc Primaries May 3, FOR rOt'MTV COMMI.IIOXKH
lived a Christian and died a saint." obtlllnllhl. with n full nine 193$. I hereby announce myself i ",
.| an of these MO'flCK OP CLF0W' Tit .onth.. term (guaranteed each boy elected, date for 1.1.
more meetings between now and the primary elec. The funeral I piomlne to give an re-election' to the off
held rEH'rIF"
was tTKS .
I.becau d Monday :.ind girl In our County and Stnte. .economical Impartial efficient and county eommfHHloner. Dintrlcf .1

Hetter' tat : tion on May 3. They are scheduled as follows)) : at the Hampton ifternoon April 11, at the Fun- 0 :o.nTur .' IIKKKBY han CJIVKN filed with that 10"r..R."e, .'compensation.'-... tenure and for ade-the lu..II".lIk.. admlnl..tratlol with reared(Houth. In Htarke). 1 wee bo> n' ,td
of I ..
Limit school house!' tonight (Friday) ; at the lleilbronn Springs eral Home of Mrs. William C. me written reciuent Ihat the taxrertific'iitea 'niate teacher retirement compen- In mind.Thllnl.lnl<. h. ..hool. upper-mot a taxpayer.I Dt'jdtor. County. it .m
with all subsequent \t\nn.\ I
Cooper. Jr., and the officiating tOI.h..I' for feel that with ,
y'Jly: mal school house Tuesday night April 19 at the Brooker onlt.d l..vh.e time* I am wholeheartedly In favor nfi YOI the your support am now better my exptnei. ", ..I
tHtra of! ; school minister WItS the Rev. Mr. Mitchell ',...It hy h, .' <1 and <.ripen rA Ai' and against any "No .ne. oo.nlnl election' I I than I have .rll..d. "toie. and' !"
house Friday night April 22 at the of St. Johns Park tn the hlffh nt bidder for cash Fence Law" promise ,"An
fully th|( ; Lawtey school house Presbyter- IN nrnvldod l hy Chapter 182H6 of the I Lower Ynlr. very truly, you that if I am red.' .d.
tav to stand for .
nd 1 mel ;. Tuesday night, April 26 ; and the final meeting at the Starke un church. The Interment was in -he"137 follfiwffiK",.t.. "of, the|d l.cirlMliiHire., upon ".'m"I..lon IIIlomohl.lt. 13. T have DU. \ E. MIDDLETON. payer of my the district rlithta and of the th-', ..un.ty ..
he real .
family plot at Evergreen Cemetery .lh.e estate >. from our Oovernor an a whole,
school house Friday night, April 29. I Jacksonville. The pall I I riorlilil.1:i, the; rnnntv.nf rn-vll'\i "' state of that tlila road will he complet1 FOR SChOol, ItO nit that I have In .Ivlnl you th- -I
1 In I
the near future and I shall Will
r-i. Be sure to attend( at least one of these meetings.!' You bearers were her crandsonn:: Dll.v.1 lixwttsI'i',1. .. '!. | ; ,J of. Rv. Sec i-iillnw, ui) this assurance until ltt '. I h..r..bv ..ni......,t... >... nWM.adidnle '" MM_ .UI>P..t.Iliiuik you for your v. I i. d !

will find it well worth while. 1 I I. George' and Vtyiltcr Moo. Philr I I 14 Acre. n ,"more,. U or I"lenn. "ntalnlng 'l, IH completed.tVinotnv, and, .efficiency In administering ., for ihp"'f. .. 'of -Public"; InHtructlon H.. pe.tru'h'

and he In *,. hHold) the will of the !IAI.LOf y THO.M.S'-
) Harris to. are evIH-
Bailey and Wilson .. 'need our State and County voter In I the Democratic I '
---I) '__' Rollins. 'erlth..I. NOH 300 antI -SI3! ..I' "\'t would election
to be
EAT A LIGHT .11.19. ', renpertlvely and I I"., Inw..rlll"n."h..h..... r..li Your vote and held support May 3. be .'Ol Ol'STY (' :
J.UNCIIYOU. CAN ulM'cKent liniMld taxes for t the, t 'II 11"0" FI
i yearn to strengthen theiwit ,
: "Tlic,. y .1,,11 It death when the 1 ""i"i I; tn t ii'ix.: l.nth. I Incliialvu I ,Uloull-1 .hAi. ..nror..m..nt of the ., 111) IJlr..llt.d. I I the dlHtrlct solicitation I of frlc Science says there are plenty of grounds for the general HIIKel I COIIH-8 IlifC' t to. $,'jl 20 .'"nervlnfr our timber flub nranieind "Iv. ) WATTERSONFOK self a candidate hereby for nnnounv n>
ToO open I the door of life \.; SKI\ & N' of : 'the off :
\.H" all other { ,
belief ; 'P\.t j natural .' County I
that if you go easy on the noon meal you will be more The 'I""-'. I thnt open and Mint. u* Niij'; o? "'; '. SNIIII.: ..... 3 Tp. If "I..t..d your IlepreHentntlte' r..ourc'.e.i votl I hereby 100 I. Illlt IIII | Niiiilbcr ConiinlHHlnner Four I for Pi I' "i <
Innni I H; :H Tt. annel"'e myself a can- ."IJ..c.t to lh> > ;
22 R. Wl
efficient and less: groggy at business throughout the .F.- l Ac-reH, pnntalnlntr I( tHy .Iy upon me to make every ..dld.ite for ,member of the Hoard of .nf lbs V"'r on 3rd.
your InwnrM'H toll unit HtrlfeVhcn ; more or lean ffort to meet the problema arl ,ln ,il'iiltllcIiiHtriictlon | I If I .
remainder of the \ th. boon of I.N t come* to 1 The luteM t'. b" Hold,, are evldenofd ,'..,,, time ti, time to I he beat ..,I I.Vnmber :3 of for District and prnnilHe' a 101' it.linus
day. Dr. Donald Count f
A. .
Laird v Flor- r"lhrul
experimental weary souls| .I".v i-i"'I'tirt'ns. NOH. 2A7 KDI and 894 -reKt of the people of our County. 1 Ida. B"'lr".t the ttffalr admlnt.IU',
Whrii the "liiirilf.il. ..I' "enre In of lilt. 19.13 and 1 1933 renpectlvely. I have lived and 1 o""pl'I..I"1: voln. precinct of ortle. en! 'I I
psychologist: recently conducted lost paid taxes In ) tome. Your .
tests which led him to that \\lien, and and and v< '
I the hiirlmr of heaven welcimic represent the unpaid taxeS for 'tradfofd County last seven. year.- New River.If ..pp..rt
conclusion. those the year 1010 to 1(118( both IncluHlve lived In adjninlntr ... Iclt.d.I
He described them in the current Rotarian Mag- o'er" I ho world', amounting to $188.03. 'linn, CnlnU. more elected I promise a fair and LACY J. WY' >
sea tempest twenty year and In the State
partltil I .. .
azine. toHHed.ThmiH Maid tax reitlflcaleH' together with '-irt.v venrH. Will a"pr..lnc. your fire and lIemlnIH.rato. of .aie In'-j I I FOH COUNTY

,, _Hod_ .for.._ _the_ _door.. by what. >ll HiibHeriuent omitted or Levied xupport' In the Primary on May 3rdRenpectfully. 'j Int..r..t.. 01' wil ._., for t this ,.. t'OMMI4IOiR., .
Eight _"b. ......... 'n'U'M. ... ". h,_ __U .._ .._, .._. .I th"- 'hn.IM n'_. _. u' lak. e.ooe..e..e.- 'i.e
young men ate in Dr. Laird's "v. "m n < ford that
laboratory each noon That awaits at the .Idder at the CourthnttHe, 'r" I County.J. will bv a candidate foi; ,ih,;.;
1 1I for a month. road. end of the on th* Silli' door In W. P. SMITH.FOH A J McKI.VN'EY.: JEt office of County Commilonei, ''i II
"We told them .a"k. day of April the
we were malting studies of air Fourth Dlntrlct .
of "ii
For II I Hiadf.'
open wide to let .u* In fD''I. at I 11:00: o'cluck A. M.
conditions" he To the Piirndl, of thin, the Full SCSI 001. County. f".. ."hJ,. to the I'. incratle '
Uod. 9th 10Uln
says. "If they had known that it was the |1'1S t'd day of April IlK:PtItNKN'l''rIt: r hereby announce, a candi Primary. May 3. 1938.

size of the lunch Mrs. Lldden is > t Jierehv announce my date for momher nf the Hoard I appeal especially to the -.uppnrt
noon we were studying their survived by four .andlda..y .1
bias one iWFIC'r\ Public of the farmer
way <.r election a* State Tleprenentatlve In.tru..ton for Dlmrlct and the latin' Inf
or the other would doubtless! have shown in daughters: Mrs. George W. Mozo Clerk TIOlrAS. Court of from Bradford County, ..Hiibject to 3 nf nlnly. Florld.i. mibject man.
up the results. mil Mrs. John H. Rollins of Jacksonville Rrndfvrd Cuunty Florida. the. Democratic Primary Election toe to the will nt the Democratic FRANK T. ABKRNATUT I
I4 "To make this deception effective t-U-.1t-4.Z9. held on Slav 3rd. If I am VOters. In the ptlmary, to be held
I more and keep the men ; Mrs. Lucius C. Howland. >0 this Important oflce I will.1..rl..e May 3. IM*. FOIL ('Of>ITY' COMMINHIONKH' :

convinced that we were studying air conditioning detailed of Orlando; and Mrs. Philip E. '(lTt'p: OK H "IH or TXXOT1CB "i my power to reprexent fairly.all If elected I proinlte, a fair and itopartial ,, I hereby announce my ",", .",.r)
.,f adnilnlnt mellon County CommlH... ,
('iIlTTFt4' 'TF: our people at all time I am of the af* loner from Dl
records were kept of temperature, humidity air flow and /Oulley, of Camilla Ga. 1 M HRHEHY O1VI3V)! that for more Id.ql"t. pennlnn for the fnlrn pertaining to this. Important I trlct Four, ubject the volPr In
Grandchildren: Mrs. Margaret T. .1. Alderman, him filed with me 1 c-d and blind: for a free range; office; OM the welfare. nf our future I the primary el".tlnn May 3. !pn m
; barometric pressure. Moeo Barre written request that the tax certtflcatcM for better schools: for the comple- I..nl are to a great measure In... le to give a and hush.li",
; George David and the handn of thin I like! i .
toMrettier with mihHeliient lon of Fload 13 whIch I is long over Important branch R.I"III'rlllnl I In thia .fi <
"On half of the days, scattered at random through the Walter Mozo Wilson Paul and omitted or levied 111'XH. held-' Ine; for "a..lnl. a."lIt.. lejclla- nf tho Cnunty'M. government. Your "P.> appr..I.t..,.
Carolyn 'I the State he advertised. and sold lon t" our people! from Thanking you for your vote and I WASDI.V
month Rollins all
they were given a full-sized)) meal, with trays of bread of Jackson- ) the hlMrhent bidder for raHli nf fraudulent. Infuirnnce. agents: for an Hupport., I am.

and ille; Virginia' and Philip Howland. provided bv ( 1 1H2il( of I the .tpirnpi'latlon tn furnish free Insect YOIII'" very reHpecifullv." Foil covx'rv C oll8I'tsloFit:
platters of 'seconds' on the table in front of them. They >" Orlando: Mrs. Marvin 'H37: .,..t8 of "u'II..r ,' '" ... upon ...ison to our farmers; and for any A. B. 'SU'UUK.VCY.roil I hereby announce myself a an"
Green. of

could eat all they wanted. On the other half of the days, Atlanta Ga.; Philip and Harris ,, ''n"h. t.lowln. denrrlbed of 11'tHord 1'.1, State estate of '"'her,tile in legislation Hrndford that'ounty will be and fuvor-the I !<'iiooi, HO"I I tlllt.t"AII". Dlnirlct for contity Five, ...bJ".t'cominlHHl, i ,
:11111" '. of Wlorldrt. to-wlt: '1. of Florida announce 0).11' candi or the voter' ,
however. they Camilla Ga. 'II the IIBII, i
given Great- date
were a dairy lunch of somewhat restricted 1C'';, of 5)2'i: of 28. I h.l..v. In Bradford" County and fur r.-.I..tCn an member of Primary. May 3.: II have previously
S grandson: John Murdoch SrIn tHr. I ,. (tonrd of I 'I
that I ,
Barrs l'I.: can Publo for nix
portions and with Tow..hl. .. 33 nr..o'i.l.h .' In.'rll..l.n year In thin "UI"hlIIld i>
no for n.A".1 .
opportunity second helpings. It. of Jacksonville. ,. cOllllllnln"; 20 AcreH. .morn 'methlnv I .,for mir t..nl. 'h. n.xt of ) action feel that I am well '1..lrh'o
"Then or 'leu 1..I.lalur. I "' my past record Democratic vol..r. in Primary know the need! of the
starting at 1
o'clock in the afternoon we gave Six brothers: P. L. Wills, of Sun The taxes la be cold are evidencedv In public Service In this Coun. Slav 3. lilt*. my district the entire people douitv '
them tests Francisco Calif. rertirk-aten I XUH. tl.M y. I have the and ability If elected, I promlne' ... to five to I ."lot
: to find out how much more capable of ; John BClarke, and T11I of trallin. wil sincerely appreciate v'' 'u

..-. --- .... doing men- Henry. Matthews and Jov will... ... tn.'lA'..un'.. nnd. 'h. I l11t1_ : n'A respectively.______, _and_u rep-.. .do thl jjob- :r. ..L." me_do_ I. I h.tlrl.tern and nt hnnamt Bradford, n..i County.. .....t anI I,I vote active nupport. h..
mi worn mey were on me ways had -- Ar. "'8 "L.M. .. .> IV I
they or .. L.a.
eaten the light nil of Fort Worth. Texas; two sis 'enrn"IWSt lo""i' "'l I'. both Inclusive .. all admlnlHiratlnn wU''fqIjh't,; t.

meals. The results were almost spectacular and than ters: Mrs. Olive Rubles amounting ; tn I4S.99. I Ind special FOIl tOVVTY' ('oUIilasloKit:
more of San .1.5(1: Alt.W, of SKi; of SWiJ 'hllnkln.you for your Support. To (lie l'stnocttkvoters (

vindicate the habit of those business and professional!'! ntonlo Texas; and Mrs. A. H. ttof Hv In See' In. Township 7 t FOR RKPHRVK'VTITIVM: : .mary v"t.I the approaching pri Brnnker, and New nIV..1 o
persons!! dnutli Itanve 13 eonlalnIna am a c'indldatw for your ICepre an. 1 .
Freeman of Ocala. E.t. ll'r1Dy my candIdacy
who eat lightly at 1 mntatlve from County RoHpectfullv for
; ,
I noon. "CrO. more or Jr..dt"'e for
.. The tatew to he. HnM. are subject to the .. Primary, K J. LEwIS .r..I..lon county ".mn.
-- I
"In correctly recalling addresses memorized only half Card\ oT Thanks ',* rertlflpate No.. 85. and 'I..nc''e May 3. School Board Member District No. 3 do vei-irthlnv reflected.In promise the
a 030 and 11. feel thl I am experienced and bet luteret: rrho"W
t "- for and
hour previously, for instance, these men were twenty-two We wish to thank our many MHent th 1931.r""n..ctv..ly., for the ',ualtl..d .. hole (thla Important of- FOR 'OI'.TY roMNI! v UU '* I.e hn.served an Head IHTTBK'T I (
38. both .
percent better on the light-meal afternoons. Accuracy in rlfn-la\ who so kindly assisted us, .mnunlnl. to.1.61. In.IIMlve. n" Clerk of the 1 ISIS and 117 *e.- for I hereby: announce mv ..candidacy "will. propisa'continue,interest to do I In 'lbs I pact willappreciate :
.. so.
and for the : : .1In. the Houne of RepreHnntae nomln.Unn County
beautiful flowers 1-10: H'I. : of In Commla-
: .
given your ""
< 01'IW' .
purely mental addition without the aid of paper and pencil Irt the death of our beloved .. 38. 7 HWV ,. County and wttp echool educated In bradford 11radtnre County from 1101'1.TfU11AS P. n'I.Te .
daugh- Range 21 Kn. tine. to the
t. .. Demo
was twenty-five percent better after the light meal than after .er and sister Ethel Ann Davis. A rr... more or leeii.. "talnln.; I ..1.ct.c I wi favor: ..rnlc Primary Klecllon. i
The tateH. hMold .mnn.y the oldI -. ; I am elected I pledge the kuroqnat. citrus fruit
the heavy one. After the heavy meals attention fluctuated :Many many thanks to each and <>v certificate' :No.. J7t are .vltl.no..t Free range: of my district. that I will work peo Is highly "mat

almost t'eiy one of you.MI' '92 and It43 r"np..uv.ly..nd 14. \Vel'lIr. of the farmer: for u. to the beat nf my ability. prizedin China.
seventy, percent .ne flood road ahowlnir lit
more. the taxes the I i p..rtl. v to none.
and unpaid
: 3.it. 3. Mrs. Eulle Purmenter .55.." IA3S to I1.TH.: both Favorable' school lefflnlatlon: Your .nd support will be _
The Inclllalve. If
stomach in a gorged status Dr. Laird explains sucks and family. .mimllnf, ( to $54.!8. I feel like I Am 1".lnt"t with pr..cat..d. ap Excess Acid cauaei

blood away from the brain which "leaves ._A__ _' 4LMO: S'"t Hf.l, nf NV'In *he,ielr p..opl. of, and p p, n.ODISH r FREE !I 'oupalnaolStm.chUlcer.
the head in no Hei-. n. ToWnship 7 South, problem because I have upent I
-it. Sibley 1 1Elbert Withdraws 22 ny life with them. I will endeavor FOR 'Or\TY ( O> Indigestion.
condition to do much else than n.n. F".t. ; 20 .. I 111..rO'F1
sleep-as many persons know .rr. more I. "Ialnln. make the clllxennhlp. a vooperalv t..k. this method. Blotting ,CM,Heartburn, Bctchint
to their Sibley announced The taxes to be ... *>. .,..I..t. and fearless repreaenlitlve mv candidacy for ... .. Ion "
sorrow early in the afternoon. .. are evldenidcertlfliato office tr> the Nau. *.t a fre.
Ye9ter-1 I nf County ( sample of
I j lay that he has S... ::1:18: nnd 1.111 of b..I. am a boonter and i .oRml..I..n.r. Dl- I ,

Recommending a hearty breakfast a light lunch and an J county. commissioner race '*'21 and the 1 lOtS iinituld, renpectlvely. taxes for,and repreHBllt the- people telieve In Bradford County and her i! trlct No.Holldt One '(10WI"y,, Vote. and and Hiipport.repectfully j and a fre. Int.r..t.! .V.e'- t it

ample dinner for work days, the psychologist' would make no i8irict- -four- Ha Is employed as I ,-"ro, l 1130 tn 1 I"'H.' lioth IncliiNlve, .luo.I will..... appreciate your vote and'IROIttlE the I feel..et., !that._ V -with.-mv-._ex.h erlence. In CARPENTER'SVOTE
I ir" nntlnir to 171 51 "
exception of Sunday. "The usual Sunday stuffing at oremm on WPA project in this I AT.FONW1" : of Sf-JIJ AVV, orhr,7 ; H. 1NM\N.: to ..erv. "I-than I htiy3e't'y iinea been. I --
_ noon county and would have nf SI-:'" I solicit vnle
had to reign : i In Sec TJ. Town- *uppnrt. !II
leaves one groggy and ]poor company the remainder of the day. I < (It elected he was notified. < Mouth.60 J'.nnue S3 Kant;;; con- 1".1 if you i-nn honor only protnlxff meagain frfrla that !'!I FOR

I suspect it is a factor too, in Sunday automobile accidents j -" The t"o; .fierce.lie Hold'more are 'nr! ..lees. FOH IIOMI Till MTKM: : I will dlch, wlt""M"otn." |of'. D. STUART GILLIS
'v..n..1 | | .
CHURCHES I..AN- I '> certificate I office to the
y No. 507 hereby .
On nf announce mvnelf a* a bWI veryAbeaf, my
Sundays it is wiser to have a light lunch at noon with a I ,.'.-preMent. the Inlllle II'r for the "HiidMate, for Bond Trustee from I CAN>'I).*TB!
heavier meal in EASTER SERVICES' ". .. 1913 to both InclUHlve. l tntrlct. Vo 5. Ilroker, nradford Very r.specfa4iy I .
the evening. "molnUnl t. 'Vniniv. Fin If elected I promise I J. MVOIt .
: Xii' of "', of tn faithfully perform fr.ER. For
the dutle
r It's going to be pretty hard to eat any light meals in j t Continued from Page One) :NU. of NKU of XW'i In 1F' A '*.ri i.t bv thin. office which I I.pre-of fOI'NTV unm lo KIC: ..

_ _ I Bradford County before long with .vl 1 with a I'eclallnvltatlon extend- Township, 7 South, flange \ vital interest to every! voter of the I d!,I" hereby for announce mvp"lt .'..al' ,. JUSTICE
now string FIKI. dlntrlct.
beans sweet : e'ntatntng' 80 acre" more I am n native of Flrndford' county cultiflmti..Iep.r :
j >-l 1 to city and county officials. nr l I.nt. '"'inprv and hnve been. from DistrIct, One corn cow and a resident! of nab.
peas other vegetables just around the corner. J It Is planned to launch drive The taxes to he Hold. are evidencedv the ftr 'i.>k-r i,..,."",in for the past. ,lect. .t<> the willif th- .
But if I a ".. NnA6.I: t.rly arw I feel .I.' .- In ( Inl''imnry, .mw.I. S'rRL'ME.eJ'1
unit v. that I
nf know :
-r' you are troubled with afternoon drowsiness it might *t this time for the prospective I '>1rt .rlrl.A...respectively! 111 represent needof my, rtlxtrlct and solicit your the H. If honored with election 'f. thie y

be advisable! for you to make a effort oncicie: church building. The pns-i th. unpnld, taxes for the Miipport on t'-i:,. liarl nf having at >fflce,. I promlHe to yervit the peo
supreme to give the ;. Years IM'.I! tn 134, Inclusive, h'Lart the welfare and betterment of pI of mv rtl.trlcand the At.the .
'ht lunch theory a fair test. Chas. H. Shiw, says: "Come )t 1 lanmuntlnir K. fii.14: b".1 ny .",':tlon c.utnt tn lie"t of .

uilng your purse and check book." I 1..0:: 5t, of NW In Fee Tours truly all.ivlt;: h fali-ni, '.. InYiiurUauiT'lo" f f "
3,1. .
Tuwn lp! T South Hung tol
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